Surrogacy refers to the process through which a woman intentionally becomes pregnant with a baby she does not intend to keep, instead carrying the foetus for its intended parent or parents, usually because the parent is unable to do so without her. Surrogacy may be altruistic where the surrogate is not paid, or commercial where she is. Countries and states often have unclear legislation on surrogacy. Should surrogacy be legalized? Under what conditions should surrogacy be legal?
Yes, surrogacy should be legal.
Everybody should have access to parenthood and women can decide what they do with their bodies. Surrogacy should be legal.
Surrogacy allows people unable to have children naturally to have them
Some people can not have children without scientific help and surrogacy can fix this inequity.
If we do not legalise surrogacy, people will do it in poorer countries where women are exploited. Currently, a large amount of surrogacy happens overseas in developing nations due to restrictive surrogacy laws in Western countries.