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Three women on carrying pregnancies after New York legalized paid surrogacy in 2021

26 mins | Aug 25, 2022
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"I want to do this for someone else." Paid gestational surrogacy is not a new phenomenon. However, it's fraught with controversy, with one side arguing that it commodifies women's bodies, while the other believes it's essential for reproductive freedom and LGBTQ rights. To provide additional perspectives, Tessa Somberg meets with three New York women who chose to carry a baby for another.
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