Response to grade a the market for a yale womans eggs

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Response to “ Grade A: The market for a Yale Woman’s Eggs” A story of “ Grade A: The market for a Yale woman’s Eggs” is very interesting and autobiography of the author Jessica Cohen. A theme of the story is about donating eggs or sperm to a couple that is biologically unable to have a child. In the story, a couple looking for the healthy, intelligent, and tall young surrogate mother. A couple also was ready to pay right amount of money. Somewhere Jessica was ready to be a surrogate mother for the money, but eventually she learns that donating eggs is not easy process. Jessica also realized that money would change her life for a while, but money is not everything. Today science technology has progressed therefore people who can’t have
children can have children if they are ready to pay right amount of money to a surrogate other. I must have to point out that, donating eggs is not easy process, what happens if surrogate mothers change their mind. I would rather adopt a child than to keep surrogate mother. In the story somewhere I felt that Jessica wasn’t seriously ready about donating her eggs to a couple because a couple’s behavior and attitude. In the story, Jessica uses eggs donation word that is not appropriate for some donors because they paid for their services, but according to situations this word is accurate. Although donating eggs in exchange of money but its services which can brings happiness in someone’s life.

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