Tag Archives: #thebodyeconomy
Katie Hammond argues that discussions surrounding the Assisted Human Reproduction Act must go beyond decriminalization.
Francoise Baylis and Alana Cattapan object to a politician’s private member’s bill that seeks to remove the current prohibition on compensating surrogates and donors.
Françoise Baylis argues that the focus on “criminalization” in recent Canadian debates about payment for surrogacy is a serious distraction aimed at ignoring the critical issue of “commodification.”
Francine Coeytux, Marcy Darnovsky, Susan Berke Fogel, and Emily Galpern maintain that the development of new regulations about assisted reproductive technologies must include the voices of scholars who have studied women’s health issues, and advocates who have worked for policies and practices that safeguard women’s health and rights.
Landon J. Getz reflects on the current sexual abstention period within Canada for blood donations by men who have sex with men.
Alana Cattapan, Angela Cameron, and Vanessa Gruben warn that speaking about “compensation” is a way of avoiding difficult conversations about payment to surrogates.
Martha Paynter compares human milk banking practices in Guatemala City and Atlantic Canada.