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Qian Liu explains that single women in China who are contemplating pregnancy often care more about the attitudes of their parents towards single mothers, than about the laws on assisted reproduction.
Jing-Bao Nie comments on how, in different ways, inadequate social supports for reproduction and parenting, and the prohibition on social egg freezing by single women in China limit women’s reproductive liberty.
Lucy Morgan critiques the corporate and political framings of egg freezing as a “solution” to delayed motherhood.
Angel Petropanagos reflects on public debates about social egg freezing.
Kylie Baldwin raises concerns about the potentially coercive nature of ‘social’ egg freezing.
Vardit Ravitsky argues that elective egg freezing offers an individual solution to a social problem that should be addressed not only through high-tech medical intervention but also through policy change.