Disability, Procreation, and Justice in the United States
AbstractParenting and procreation have long been contested legal terrain in the United States as exemplified by a history of abuses against marginalized populations including people with disabilities. While some of the most egregious abuses, such as state sponsored sterilization programs, are relics of the past, it remains true that people with disabilities face distinct and at times insurmountable roadblocks to procreation and parenting. This article details ongoing forms of procreative discrimination against people with disabilities, rejects common justifications for that discrimination, and offers proposals for better protecting the rights to procreate and parent for disabled people. View Full-Text
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Mutcherson, K. Disability, Procreation, and Justice in the United States. Laws 2017, 6, 27.
Mutcherson K. Disability, Procreation, and Justice in the United States. Laws. 2017; 6(4):27.Chicago/Turabian Style
Mutcherson, Kimberly. 2017. "Disability, Procreation, and Justice in the United States." Laws 6, no. 4: 27.
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