Forthcoming, Journal of Social Philosophy
This is hard to read. The authors use certain phrases and descriptions that slant the discussion in a certain direction that presume certain value judgments and a worldview I do not share. Furthermore, they presume familiarity with an author whose work they are building on (Firestone). For instance, referring to reproduction as "tyrannical" or "oppressive," or hedging with what sounds like a sneering caveat: "at least in our pronatalist social world."
I'm also not so confident that ectogestation will be a viable technology so soon and may instead be quite far off. Regardless, a less slanted article that weighed the pros and cons of ectogestation for certain social projects would be much better and shouldn't have been that difficult to write.