Fertility company lures buyers with promises of ‘exquisite’ and ‘remarkable’ egg donors

cell, embryos, egg donor

A new press release boasting of the quality of a fertility company’s egg donors has proven just how exploitative and dehumanizing the fertility industry can be.

Indian Egg Donors, a “leading provider” of “premier egg donation services,” announced in its release, “Discover 5 exquisite Indian Egg Donors, frozen M2 quality eggs available now in New Jersey for global delivery, filling the gap in egg donation” and noted that it had added five new donors to its roster. “These exceptional donors offer hope and opportunity to individuals and couples seeking to build their families through assisted reproduction,” the press release said. “Each of our new donors possesses unique qualities and attributes, ensuring a diverse selection to meet the varied needs of our clients. From their physical characteristics to their educational backgrounds, our donors represent the pinnacle of excellence in egg donation.”

The press release then included photos of all five women, as well as information about their attributes — hair color, eye color, height, and even the degrees they had each obtained. According to the company’s ads, women are paid $8,000 per donation and can donate up to six times.

“Each of these remarkable donors offers eggs of top M2 quality, meticulously frozen and preserved at an FDA-registered IVF center and genetically tested at a CLIA laboratory. Our commitment to excellence ensures that every egg meets the highest standards of safety and efficacy,” the press release continued, adding that the company ships eggs from its headquarters in New Jersey across both the United States and Canada. Additionally, the press release said the company offers an assurance and guarantee program… for peace of mind.

READ: Adoption, IVF, and surrogacy: What pro-lifers need to know

These women were reduced to machines existing to produce “quality” products for consumers. They were described as though they were livestock at a county fair. Little attention is paid within the fertility industry to the risks these women take when they choose to become egg donors. As Jennifer Lahl, founder and president of The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network, previously told Live Action founder and president Lila Rose, the dangers that women and children face from assisted reproductive technology (ART) are all too real.

“It’s all flowery, ‘Make dreams come true,’ ‘Help a family.’ You’ll see young girls who have sold their eggs say, ‘Well you have so many eggs, I’m not using them anyway.’ So there’s this lure, and people go, ‘Well I like to help people and, sure, that money sounds great and I’m not using my eggs right now. Why not sell some?’ But, there’s the drugs,” Lahl said, adding, “At the end of the day, they’re selling their children. And two of the women in [the documentary] ‘Eggsploitation’ lost their ability to ever have their own children. So their fertility was permanently damaged.”

She said there is no regulation involved in the industry, explaining, “You don’t count things if they don’t count, and these women don’t count so we don’t count them.”

The DOJ put a pro-life grandmother in jail for protesting the killing of preborn children. Please take 30 seconds to TELL CONGRESS: STOP THE DOJ FROM TARGETING PRO-LIFE AMERICANS.

What is Live Action News?

Live Action News is pro-life news and commentary from a pro-life perspective. Learn More

Contact for questions, corrections, or if you are seeking permission to reprint any Live Action News content.

GUEST ARTICLES: To submit a guest article to Live Action News, email with an attached Word document of 800-1000 words. Please also attach any photos relevant to your submission if applicable. If your submission is accepted for publication, you will be notified within three weeks. Guest articles are not compensated. (See here for Open License Agreement.) Thank you for your interest in Live Action News!

To Top