Did you know? California is the Reproductive Tourist Capital of the World!

by The Center for Bioethics and Culture on October 20, 2016

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Join us for a Conversation on
Surrogacy with Julie Bindel

Journalist, Author, Human Rights Campaigner Against the Sexual Abuse of Women

Special Bay Area only Event!

Friday, November 11

The HUB, 3380 Vincent Rd, Pleasant Hill, California

Even if you cannot join us, please help us spread the word — let your friends in the Bay Area know about it. Email them, share on Facebook and Twitter, print out this flyer. Thank you!

$10 in advance at http://bit.ly/jbindel ($15 at the door)

7:00 pm Doors Open, Refreshments. 7:30 pm Event Begins

Space is Limited

Complimentary wine, cheese, and light refreshments
Questions? amy@cbc-network.org, 925-407-2660

Profile

Julie Bindel is a London-based journalist, writer, broadcaster, and researcher whose work is focused on issues of violence against women.

Bindel is a visiting fellow at Lincoln University and former assistant director of the Research Centre on Violence, Abuse, and Gender Relations at Leeds Metropolitan University.

She is currently in the midst of a research project entitled “The Pimping of Pregnancy: Exposing the International Commercial Surrogacy Business.”

Quotes

“Commercial surrogacy breeds exploitation, abuse and misery. Although the poster girl of surrogates is typically a white, blonde, smiling woman who is carrying a baby in order to make a childless couple happy, the truth is far less palatable.”

“Alongside many feminist and human rights campaigners, I wish to see an end to commercial surrogacy and a serious, honest discussion about the ethics of all forms of outsourcing pregnancy, particularly in a world awash with unwanted and neglected babies and children.”

Sponsored by The Center for Bioethics and Culture and @ Sea Events

Even if you cannot join us, please help us spread the word — let your friends in the Bay Area know about it. Email them, share on Facebook and Twitter, print out this flyer. Thank you!

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