Archive for August 2014

The genie’s well and truly out of the bottle

As  I read the latest news on surrogacy regarding the two Australian couples who have reportedly been stopped from leaving Thailand with their babies amid a crackdown on surrogacy laws in the country, I can’t help thinking how we’ve well and truly let the ‘genie out of the bottle’ on this issue. But we were warned. Radical feminists have been busy researching and writing about the abuse of women and […]

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Baby Gammy forces us to face some ugly truths about surrogacy

Gammy is six-months old, and one of the twins born to Thai surrogate mother Pattaramon Chanbua. The 21 year-old mother of two was struggling to pay debts last year when she was offered the equivalent of $11,700 to be a surrogate for a Western Australian couple. When the intended parents learned that one of the twins she was carrying had Down syndrome they rejected him. Ms Pattaramon has never met Gammy’s […]

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