Feminist interest in the role of procreation and motherhood has come to occupy an important theoretical niche. An understanding of the role of women's work and the separation of domestic work from the public sphere is of critical importance in any analysis of surrogacy. Surrogates consistently view opponents of surrogacy as hostile and misguided adversaries, as individuals who have an incomplete understanding of surrogacy to appreciate a woman's right to participate in surrogate motherhood. Gestational surrogates differ from traditional surrogates in that the former believe they would be unable to part with a child who was genetically related to them. Both traditional and gestational surrogates ignore or minimize the biogenetic and biological aspects of pregnancy. The high number of surrogates who are desirous of repeating their surrogate experience is testimony to the fulfillment and satisfaction they receive from their experiences.