The paper investigates the way the market defines race and gender, in particular on gamete markets and the purchase of racially marked sperm and eggs. The issue has relevance for international debates because it involves multiple ART markets in different countries with different descriptions and different motivations when it comes to representing race. It has comparative elements as well as elements that involve the interplay and cannibalization of different nation’s markets.
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