"To Buy a Baby, You Must First Rent a Woman" with MaryLou Singleton: Surrogacy Series Part 1 of 3

"To Buy a Baby, You Must First Rent a Woman" with MaryLou Singleton: Surrogacy Series Part 1 of 3

Older Post Newer Post

  • I was separated from my mother at birth, and given to another mother and father, sweet kind good people. I have never fully gotten over that separation. What about a babys right, my right, to not have been bought, sold, or to be a ‘wonderful selfless gift’ Thank goddess that this disregard of the rights of most vulnerable and voiceless members of our species is being bought to light.

    Jil on
  • Thank you for bringing this issue to your audience in such a comprehensive and clear way, it is so important speak out about surrogacy because the stakes are very high and I fear we’re nearing a point of no return. I admire your work in doing this, and also the value you place on how you learned about this topic as well from other wise women – thats the only way we’ll heal is by teaching and listening and learning with each other. its not easy and not everyone steps up to the plate to do that. So thank you 💙

    Madeline on
  • Wow. Thank you both for this episode.

    Rebecca on
  • I am deeply grateful for the way my eyes have been opened to the horrifying disrespect, misogyny, and objective harm to Motherbaby, that is surrogacy. Like you, I had little-to-no awareness of these issues until recent years.
    Thank you so much for your strong heart and big courage in spreading this awareness. These conversations are so important and I am really looking forward to going deeper over the next two weeks.
    Praying for the freedom, honouring, health and protection of all Motherbabies, all life .🙏🏼

    Eloise on
  • My body MY choice. As a privileged white woman, feminist and birthworker who signed up for surrogacy I get to decide what I do with my body. If i want to sell it for sex, that’s my choice. If I want to have an abortion, that’s my choice. If I want to get pregnant and give the baby to a family who paid for it, that’s MY choice. My body, my choice. Simple as that.

    Melanie on

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published