'Breeders: A Sub-Class of Women?' Documentary Looks at Surrogacy

Gestational surrogacy is poorly regulated and can often be problematic, filmmakers claim.
1:59 | 06/19/14

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News -- stop that their people couldn't have children and struggle to have children was just something that really. Touched me my understanding -- then when he meaning -- home mom. You providing financial support for that I had such a wonderful beautiful experience -- -- -- stated that. I thought why would and I can we expect a happy ending. Infertility is an age old problem it's been with us since almost the beginning of time a family is love. Long gone -- the days where we have a mom and a dad. Two children. As wonderful as other people might be as parents to -- knows -- that's not -- -- they weren't expecting some of the pieces of the puzzle benefits them is just relieved to learn. Find out why the babies were born two weeks premature they weren't getting ready to walk out of the room -- -- thank you see him. When I was going to visit the baby's -- hospital since records -- she said. I understand we -- emergency situation here. And many jurisdictions. There's no law at all the speech to how to resolve disputes that arise in the context assist reproductive technology so there are so many other people. Involved is not just her uterus that she's -- gets her entire -- having to. Try to find a way to build a family outside the normal channels. Is very stressful for -- It's very difficult for us to stand in judgment it's important that we listened to and hear these stories most the consideration of the -- towards the adults and what they want and what they're looking for this child's foundation of existence is a contract an agreement and more often than not money. That's not in the best interest of the child I do believe it can be a wonderful beautiful thing. Okay.

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