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Tina Fey’s new movie “Baby Mama” takes a jab at surrogate pregnancy by painting the surrogate as an uneducated, “white trash” young woman who’s in it for the money. It's a comedy, after all.
A recent article in Newsweek paints a much different picture. In most cases, surrogates are older, with families of their own. Some of the women work; others are military wives augmenting a husband’s salary. Though monetary compensation is part of the deal—surrogates are paid about $25,000—it’s less about the income and more focused on what one individual can give to a couple.
As any pregnant woman knows, having a baby isn’t easy. That goes double when you don’t get to take the little one home from the hospital. What are your thoughts on surrogacy? [Newsweek]