Made in india

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  • I agree with Mr. Switzer. It's not buying a person, it's buying a chance to have a successful pregnancy because you or your spouse can not do so otherwise. It happens in the US all the time (at much greater costs) and no one says a thing.
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  • Hi, I'm Brian Switzer, one of the subjects of your slide show presentation. I noticed that you apparently took photos of my family straight from our blog. I do not recall you asking to utilize the photos. I really don't appreciate that and hope that you will remove this slideshow from the internet. And the slide about violating human rights because you are buying a person is incredibly incorrect. we bought a process/procedure with no guarantee that the pregnancy would take. Thank you.
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Made in india

  1. 1.  Lisa and Brian Switzer, an infertile American couple, seek surrogacy help in India after they realize it is too expensive in America. This is a story of their journey and the bumps in the road along the way. Summary
  2. 2.  Cultural differences › Having a baby without a man › Standard of living › Money Film’s Message
  3. 3.  A different perspective on surrogacy › It’s not right or wrong › Birth parents aren’t being selfish › Beneficial for both sides › Last resort for both parties Film’s Message
  4. 4.  Understand the complexities of surrogacy › Why a family would do it › How it affects both parties › The business aspect Film’s Message
  5. 5.  Human rights › How much can you “scam” a person for your business? › “Buying” a person › Husband-wife relationship › Women’s choices Film’s Message
  6. 6.  The notion of motherhood › Do you have to give birth to a child to be their mother? › What rights should the surrogate have after the baby is born? Film’s Message
  7. 7.  Many different perspectives › Doctors › The Switzers › Rudy Rupak- One founder of Planet Hospital › American community › Surrogate mother › Surrogate family Communication
  8. 8.  Engaging › Kept the audience entertained which made it easier for them to grasp the film’s message › Some humor- kept it light › Empathize with the characters Communication
  9. 9. Feel a connection with both the Switzers and the surrogate Audience Response
  10. 10.  Understand the decisions that were made and why. Audience Response
  11. 11. Don’t judge before you know all the details in a situation. Audience Response
  12. 12.  Feel whatever emotions the people in the movie were feeling. Audience Response
  13. 13. Have a new awareness of each of the cultures portrayed in the film. Audience Response
  14. 14. Home video › More personal– easier to connect with Switzer family. Sources
  15. 15. Personal accounts (interviews) › Surrogate › Surrogate family › Switzers › Doctors › Rudy Rupak › Hospital Executives Sources
  16. 16.  Don’t judge others based on their culture. › Learn why people do the things they do  Why surrogacy was the best option › Cultural differences  Having a baby without a man  Money  Way of life  Standard of living › Become more worldly  Have a better understanding of the cultures around you. Course Questions
  17. 17. Economically › Buy things to fuel the economy  Pay for surrogate and surrogacy services › Realize the different impact money has in different countries  How much the surrogate is being paid in India  Cost of surrogacy in the United States vs. India Course Questions
  18. 18. Realize the impact your decisions will have on the people around you. › Choosing surrogacy › Impact doctors will have by running these programs › Offering more affordable surrogacy in another country Course Questions
  19. 19. Know the legal and ethical implications of your choices. › Not everyone agrees surrogacy is “politically correct”  Buying a person  Using them  Other options  Not being paid equally Course Questions
  20. 20.  Every choice you make has an impact on others in some way or another. › The Switzer’s choice to go through surrogacy in India impacted those that heard their story as well as the surrogate and her family. Course Questions
  21. 21. Is surrogacy a violation of human rights because you are “buying” a person? Questions
  22. 22. Should people judge surrogacy differently based on if it is happening in the United States or in a poorer country? Questions
  23. 23. As this becomes a more relevant topic in society what laws will be put in place? Questions
  24. 24. What regulations will have to be made between companies such as Planet Hospital and the hospitals in foreign countries where these surrogates are actually giving birth? Questions
  25. 25. If I was desperate to have a child and had seen the Switzer’s experience in India would I consider doing the same thing? Questions

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