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By Christopher White, CBC Director of Education and Programs, and a Fellow of the Paul Ramsey Institute Governor Christie’s recent veto of a bill that would lower restrictions on gestational surrogate mothers should prompt us to consider surrogacy’s harmful effects on mothers and children. Meet Cathleen: a twenty-year-old from New Brunswick, Canada, who served as [...]

  • Jul 12, 2012
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Friends, you’ve done it again. This is the third funding project I’ve done through KickStarter, and each of them has been fully funded. I want to make sure you know how grateful I am for your support of the CBC’s work. Thank you. Your gifts will place the important message of Eggsploitation before a huge, [...]

Dear Friend, As you probably know, I have the incredible opportunity to show Eggsploitation at a conference in Italy this August. More than 100,000 people are expected to attend the conference. Can you imagine the impact we might have in bringing the important message of Eggsploitation to such a large, international audience? The CBC team [...]

By Jennifer Lahl, CBC President In the world of commercialized conception, it seems we’ve decided the freezer is a great place to keep eggs, sperm, and “spare” embryos until we need them. We think they do pretty well in the freezer, but the verdict is still out on what happens over the long haul when [...]

By Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC Denise Applewhite/Princeton University It is a disturbing sign of the times that Princeton’s notorious bioethicist Peter Singer has been awarded Australia’s highest civic award “for eminent service to philosophy and bioethics as a leader of public debate and communicator of ideas in the areas of [...]

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By Jennifer Lahl, CBC President I recently wrote about women who wait later into life to conceive and find they struggle with what they call “infertility.” In fact, there is no infertility as a result of aging; rather it is the biological reality of menopause. Menopause is a natural and normal event that occurs in [...]

Friends, The last six weeks have been packed with both new opportunities and challenges. You are helping to sustain me. Each team member of CBC sees that doors are opening in ways that were almost unthinkable even a year ago. Challenging cultural thought can be full of surprises. Be encouraged with us! Here is a [...]

By Jennifer Lahl, CBC President When the news broke that Mitt and Ann Romney welcomed grandchildren numbers 17 and 18 this past Friday via “gestational surrogacy,” those of us here at CBC central—who oppose commercialized conception—wondered where the bottom is in these murky waters of assisted reproduction. Tagg Romney posted this on his facebook page [...]

By Matthew Eppinette, CBC New Media Manager I am happy to report that three months after its release, Anonymous Father’s Day has now sold in nearly a dozen countries. I suppose this isn’t surprising given the international scope of anonymous sperm donation. For example, in the Australian state of Victoria, a parliamentary committee has recommended [...]