Should we make 3-parent children?
When genetic editing crosses the line, PLUS exciting news
Season 1, Episode 2 Now on YouTube!
Does what we might able to do with genetic editing justify what we need to do to get there? If not, where does that leave us?
Plus, Fr. Nicanor Austriaco shares his journey from MIT PhD student to Catholic priest.
All on Season 1, Episode 2 of Brave New Us.
Paul Ramsey Fellowship
I am thrilled to announce that I have been selected as a Paul Ramsey Fellow with the Center for Bioethics and Culture. They are the brilliant minds behind intriguing documentaries exposing the reality of egg donation and surrogacy that first drew me to study reproductive technologies, and I am so excited to be learning from them.
Their latest, The Detransition Diaries, is also worth the watch!
Link Roundup: What’s new in bioethics?
The UK’s first 3-parent children were born last month.
A Spanish actress has become the mother of her biological granddaughter thanks to surrogacy and her dead son’s sperm.
Candace Owens is standing up to Big Tech’s ban on the TRUTH about gender ideology by sharing the horrifying stories of the trans community from their own mouths.
A hard but important listen, storytelling podcast Serial Killer tells the true story of how abortionist Kermit Gosnell got away with murdering hundreds, maybe thousands of babies that were born alive in his abortion mill.
Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions About Life and Sexuality by Nancy Pearcy
Feminism Against Progress by Mary Harrington
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