Surrogacy can be a knotty problem, but only deeply patriarchal societies like India would come up with a ban solution, instead of a freedom of choice bolstered by strong governance and prosecution solution.
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The new Surrogacy Bill may potentially let (only) widowed or divorced women avail surrogacy but only from a 'close relative.' Two steps forward, one step back?
The Lok Sabha recently passed the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill 2019 that allows only 'ethical altruistic surrogacy' and only to some kinds of parents. We examine its merits and demerits here.
British couple whose visa expires shortly, might have to leave their new born surrogate child in the orphanage. Would regulating, rather than banning commercial surrogacy, be a better step?
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