By Evie Kendal
Ectogenesis refers back to the man made gestation of a fetus outdoor the womb. regardless of definite merits for women's reproductive liberty, feminist teams stay divided relating to this expertise. This e-book argues that replica imposes unjust burdens on girls, and therefore the beliefs of equivalent chance call for persevered study into ectogenesis.
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0005. 0005 Equal Opportunity and the Case for State Sponsored Ectogenesis As discussed in the Introduction, there are various physical, social and economic burdens associated with pregnancy and childbirth that can disadvantage women, thus highlighting the need to explore alternative methods of procreation. From an equal opportunity standpoint it must be recalled that while society as a whole benefits from the reproductive labour of women, the risks associated with pregnancy and childbirth are borne by the individual woman alone.