1 hr 7 min

87 — Medical Technology & Ethics w Jennifer Lahl Gender: A Wider Lens Podcast

    • Mental Health

Jennifer Lahl is the founder and
president of The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network. She has 25
years of experience as a pediatric critical care nurse, hospital
administrator, and senior-level nursing manager, and more recently,
she’s also become a successful filmmaker. In 2010, she made her
writing, producing, and directing debut producing the documentary
film
Eggsploitation,
which has been awarded Best Documentary by the California Independent
Film Festival and has sold in more than 30 countries. She is also the
Director, Executive Producer, and co-writer of Anonymous
Father’s
Day
(2011), a documentary film exploring the stories of women and men who
were created by anonymous sperm donation. In 2014 she completed three
films on the ethics of third-party reproduction, aka surrogacy, with
a trilogy called: Breeders:
A
Subclass
of
Women?.
In July 2015, she released a documentary short called
Maggie's
Story,
which follows one woman’s egg donation journey. Lahl’s next
feature film, #BigFertility
was released in the fall of 2018.
And of course, we were particularly
interested in Jennifer’s films that focus on gender medicine. Trans
Mission:
What’s
the
Rush
to
Reassign
a href="https://cbc-network.org/trans-mission-whats-the-rush-to-reassign-gender/" rel="noopener noreferrer"...

Jennifer Lahl is the founder and
president of The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network. She has 25
years of experience as a pediatric critical care nurse, hospital
administrator, and senior-level nursing manager, and more recently,
she’s also become a successful filmmaker. In 2010, she made her
writing, producing, and directing debut producing the documentary
film
Eggsploitation,
which has been awarded Best Documentary by the California Independent
Film Festival and has sold in more than 30 countries. She is also the
Director, Executive Producer, and co-writer of Anonymous
Father’s
Day
(2011), a documentary film exploring the stories of women and men who
were created by anonymous sperm donation. In 2014 she completed three
films on the ethics of third-party reproduction, aka surrogacy, with
a trilogy called: Breeders:
A
Subclass
of
Women?.
In July 2015, she released a documentary short called
Maggie's
Story,
which follows one woman’s egg donation journey. Lahl’s next
feature film, #BigFertility
was released in the fall of 2018.
And of course, we were particularly
interested in Jennifer’s films that focus on gender medicine. Trans
Mission:
What’s
the
Rush
to
Reassign
a href="https://cbc-network.org/trans-mission-whats-the-rush-to-reassign-gender/" rel="noopener noreferrer"...

1 hr 7 min