Wonder why we disappeared suddenly for two weeks? Thank Coronavirus. In our first show back from COVID, we discuss the controversies over surrogacy and In Vitro Fertilization and why the pro-life movement needs to be discussing them. After listening to the episode, we invite listeners to share their opinion below!
Episode Duration: 22 min
In This Episode We Discuss:
- Greetings (00:24)
- We survived COVID (00:42)
- Surrogacy and the current controversy (1:32)
- IVF (7:39)
- Children as a commodity? (17:09)
- Tripwire’s in debating abortion & getting back to our pro-life roots (19:06)
- Closing Statements (20:34)
- Feminist Writer Slams Surrogacy As ‘Readymade Babies’ After Priyanka Chopra And Nick Jonas Announce New Addition – The Daily Wire
- 5 Women Get Candid About Why They Chose to Carry Someone Else’s Child – Marie Claire
- Meet the Women Who Become Surrogates – New York Times
- Carrying ‘Dreams’: Why Women Become Surrogates – NPR
- Sofia Vergara Wins Court Battle: Judge Rules that Ex Nick Loeb Can’t Use Embryos Without Consent – People
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