The present work is a reflection about the place of women in society based on Foucault’s biopolitic analysis. The woman, historically linked to the reproductive function, finds in this series a staging of a frightening future. Today when feminist groups are torn between the acceptance and rejection of pregnancy by substitution, the series shows the most absolute instrumentalization of the female body, thought only as an incubator for a Great Other enjoyer. These fears taken to a supreme degree in Handmaide’s tale, are found in small doses in the clinic of infertility.
[marron]Keywords:[/marron] Foucault | Biopolitics | feminism | gestation by substitution