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This investigation takes us around the world to examine human reproduction from a variety of different perspectives, from patients and researchers, to egg donors and surrogate mothers, to laboratories and clinics. The hopes and wishes of future parents mesh with research on how to optimize the human genome in the face of an ever accelerating rate of progress. FUTURE BABY presents us with a visually stunning snapshot of a future which has already arrived, a snapshot that is as disturbing as it is informative.
Video — 1 videodisc (56 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital. Digital: video file; DVD video.
What if you desperately wanted a baby, but your country and religion prohibited you from trying the one medical treatment that could help you? Beautiful sin tells the surprising, decade-long story of three couples struggling with infertility in Costa Rica who fight their government in an international human rights court for the right to use in vitro fertilization. Costa Rica is the only country in the world that has outlawed the treatment, in which doctors create embryos in the lab.
[Harriman, N.Y.] : distributed by New Day Films, 
Video — 1 videodisc (46 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Hailed as a pioneering achievement when it was first released in 1984, Choosing Children dramatically challenges the assumption that being lesbian means you can't be a mom. Six lesbian-headed families make decisions about how to become pregnant, navigate the process of adoption, whether to involve men in parenting, and address reactions from relatives, doctors and schoolmates. In so doing, they help redefine what "family" means and open the door for everyone to consider parenting, regardless of sexual orientation.