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Addressing the Exploitation in Surrogate Motherhood: Surrogate motherhood, when ethically and legally conducted, can be a mutually beneficial arrangement for all parties involved. However, the industry has faced significant challenges, including instances of trafficking and exploitation. Reports have emerged of women being coerced into acting as surrogate mothers, often in situations where they lack the necessary information or freedom to make an informed choice. This exploitation can take various forms, from deceptive recruitment practices to inadequate care and compensation for the surrogate mothers. Addressing these issues requires a concerted effort from governments, international organizations, and civil society to ensure that surrogate motherhood practices are ethical, transparent, and respect the rights and dignity of all individuals involved.

This approach aims to highlight the seriousness of the issue while advocating for responsible and ethical practices in the surrogate motherhood industry.