It would be deeply immoral to require parents to select for particular traits, but it is also wrong to deny them the chance to make life easier for their children.
There is no compelling ethical reason to limit this exercise of reproductive liberty.
Will most babies be created using in vitro gametogenesis in 40 years?
Why should not men be eligible for uterine transplants?
So argues Eugene Volokh, albeit with a bit more subtlety.
A contract is a contract, but a more generous spirit might relent
Permissionless innovation works best for both scientific and moral progress.
Naturally the usual bioluddites are eager to stop progress.
Recent advances in uterus transplantation will soon make this possible
Just because it's new doesn't mean that it's wrong.