Expectant Fathers, Abortion, and EmbryosJournal of Law, Medicine & Ethics
AbstractOne thread of abortion criticism, arguing that gender equality requires that men be allowed to terminate legal parental status and obligations, has reinforced the stereotype of men as uninterested in fatherhood. As courts facing disputes over stored pre-embryos weigh the equities of allowing implantation of the pre-embryos, this same gender stereotype has been increasingly incorporated into a legal balancing test, leading to troubling implications for ART and family law.
Citation InformationDara Purvis. "Expectant Fathers, Abortion, and Embryos" Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics Vol. 43 (2015) p. 330
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