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Wombs for Rent April 27, 2017 by Staff

A startling headline in World Magazine said Wombs for Rent. The story goes on to report about San Francisco's fourth annual “Surrogacy Conference and Expo.” It sounds like fodder for a science fiction novel. But its not. Surrogacy is when a woman bears a child genetically unrelated to her. In other words, she's renting out her womb. And she stands make big bucks. Typically, surrogacy costs more than $150,000 and the U.S. has few restrictions on commercial surrogacy. We should be wary of the profit-motive in creating human life and surrogacy. What the Creator designed to happen within a marriage between a man and woman, mankind has dismissed through technology. In turn human beings have become  marketable commodities driven by profit. And because of this we've got a front row seat to what dehumanization looks like.



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