Meet Three Surrogates and Hear Their Thoughts on Commercial Surrogacy and Baby Gammy

May 1, 2015

(ABC.net) – The recent case of baby Gammy shed light on the underground world of international commercial surrogacy. Gammy was the Down syndrome baby abandoned to his surrogate mother in Thailand when the Australian couple who’d paid for him didn’t want him anymore. It made people realise just how inhumane the current system can be and prompted calls for paid surrogacy to be legalised in Australia, where at least it can be regulated. In all the recent debate, there’s one group of people from whom we’ve not heard: the children of surrogate mothers.

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