Those who say that before there was more freedom are still going to be right.
Without going any further, 50 years ago, Adela was robbed of her two children with all the freedom in the world.
It is not malicious to think that perhaps his destiny was a house of more possibilities than his, "good people", the kind that Feijóo says must be left alone, freed from the scrutiny of progressives who do nothing but curtail freedoms with laws that only protect the poor and the rare, “good people” who do not go to Social Security with shoes from the commissary, but to private hospitals in Miami wearing Chanel shoes.
Now the lords (and lords) of potential no longer have to get involved in petty theft, there are more aseptic ways to get hold of a baby à la carte and bypassing those who are obsessed with enforcing certain criteria to protect minors, as if they had money was not a sufficient requirement, such impudence would have been seen.
Ana Obregón's resort to a surrogate at age 68 triggers the bioethical and political debate
One of those people who consider the procedures to adopt cumbersome affirmed this Wednesday in the
that her daughter had been gestated by "an extraordinarily kind woman", and insisted that she had not done it for money, "but to help", help a Spanish lady that I did not know at all, launched from here the candidacy of that girl for the Princess of Asturias Award for Concord.
However, and for the inconvenience, he had released 30,000 euros —curiously, those women so self-sacrificing only gestate for people with income—, the typical small change that you carry in your bag in case you have a craving for a blond, green-eyed, Sagittarius child with Aries rising.
Or a pair of twins to share with your partner when your love breaks, the range of amorality is infinite.
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