Weimerica Weekly – Episode 45 – Wombs for Rent

Welcome to Weimerica Weekly Episode 45. The podcast airs every Wednesday.

This week’s podcast offers a glimpse at the technologically enabled fantasy world of Weimerica’s expecting mothers.

Weimerica Weekly is a podcast hosted by Ryan Landry that touches on the cultural, political and sexual topics that fill the mindspace of our United States of Weimerica. The politicization of all cultural and social degeneracy is examined with a focus on how it fits together.

Weimerica Weekly is produced by the Hestia Society and distributed by Social Matter.

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8 Comments

  1. Renting out Wombs wouldn’t sound so crazy for people from the past. In the past you allready had coast-to-coast mail order brides and fostresses in some way rented out their body.

    I don’t see a problem with that. I see something that we badly need ourself to booster our own numbers. The women nowadays are washed out and used up, so why would you waste your time on money on them if you can buy just the part you need? Meaning renting a womb for a baby. Basicly buying a baby. And let the old progs just rot away.

  2. On your blog you’ve done things like tally the total cost for HIV treatments. What chunk of the nation’s healthcare costs are from IVF?

    1. $2 billion spent each year on IVF

  3. What are the mental and emotional consequences for a woman who carries another person’s baby to term and then has to part with the baby?

    1. SecretForumLurker November 3, 2016 at 10:24 am

      I’d love to hear an interview with a surrogate. If you could get a surrogate and an egg donor at the same time would be awesome.

      This industry is pretty spooky but in my profession, I hear of couples that use the shots to spur egg droppings, which often lead to multiple births. When I see first time multiples and the mom is over 30, I automatically think the shots caused that. I don’t hear of IVF often and it is usually only if the mom is over 37. It seems like 37 is the blurry cut off line where conception becomes near impossible naturally for a first time mom.

    2. There was an interview with a surrogate mom on the John Stossel show a while ago, can’t remember the episode, maybee someone who reads this remembers.
      She had already a few kids of her own, said she “just loves being pregnant” and is happy with helping other couples getting a baby. Her children also were fine with that.

      1. Also she had a husband ofcourse. Meaning a stable and normal family. I don’t see any potential for mental issues her.

        I mean back in medieval times before this puritanism and victorianism you let your brother fuck your wife if you couldn’t get her pregnant. Patchwork families were not uncommon.

      2. And how many “love being pregnant” when the baby isn’t legally theirs, how many husbands are fine with their fine being rented out and how many kids are fine with their mom doing such a thing? I’d bet a minority. The husbands are one degree away of being an actually cuck. I also would like to see the politics and the parenting philosophy of these people – the kids probably don’t know any better.

        >I mean back in medieval times before this puritanism and victorianism you let your brother fuck your wife if you couldn’t get her pregnant. Patchwork families were not uncommon.

        As with what I said previously, how many husbands would be fine with this today? Just because they did it in the past doesn’t make it fine.

        Note: You seem to know a lot about women being used as baby machines.

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