These portentous rumblings aside, no coherent position on ectogenesis has emerged so far within the pro-life movement.
In America: The National Catholic Review, for example, John Nassivera solemnly intones that ectogenesis is “a very serious thing.”
Soraya Chemaly already predicted this particularly “surreal” argument in her initial report on ectogenesis.
The feminist rationale for ectogenesis seems to practically write itself.
But if Zoltan Istvan is correct, ectogenesis is inevitable, and pro-life political groups will be forced to take a stand.
Plate has recently given this "definitely directed variation" the name of ectogenetic orthogenesis, or, briefly, ectogenesis.