Against seminal principles: ethics, hubris, and lessons to learn from illicit inseminations
Volume 110, Issue 6, Pages 1003–1005
Jody Madeira, J.D., M.S., Ph.D., Steven R. Lindheim, M.D., M.M.M., Mark V. Sauer, M.D., M.S.
So I never conceptualized this kind of deception and betrayal. I expected the doctors to be truthful and honest… If he had told me that he didn't have enough donors and he had said, “Hey, I have more women on the list for insemination, I don't have enough donors,” … I would not like hearing that, but I can handle it… Had he told me it was going to be him using his own semen I would have been absolutely creeped out.
—Judith, research interview