Unformatted text preview: a. Contract pregnancy is messed up because it keeps mothers from bonding with their fetuses in a certain way. b. Mother-fetus relationship. c. Mother-child relationship. III. Consequences for children a. Contract pregnancies have negative effects on children. IV. Satz’s argument a. There is something deeply objectionable about gender inequality. b. Contract pregnancies reinforce gender inequality. b.i. Access or control over a women’s body that other kinds of labor doesn’t. b.ii. Encourages women to stay home instead of being in the workplace. b.iii. Increases the chances that motherhood will be defined by only genetics. c. So, there is something objectionable about contract pregnancies d. As a result, the asymmetry thesis is true....
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- Fall '07