This paper reflects on surrogacy, by taking into consideration three major items. The first one concerns surrogacy as contractual practice and the possibility to subsume numerous relational dimensions under contractual schemes. The second item relates to surrogacy as reproductive justice, namely by delving into the issue of whether the area of reproductive rights includes women’s choice of being surrogate mothers. The third one addresses the issue of surrogacy as a possible LGBT right to have access to medically assisted procreation. In the final remarks, the author tries to outline a ‘queer’ ontology of the person, by seeking to identify two legal models that are sketched in the article.
Keywords: Surrogacy - Contract Law - Reproductive Justice - LGBT- Queer - Vulnerability