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Content Tagged: surrogacy

Gay couple win legal battle after surrogacy arrangement in India

A gay couple has been granted the right to be recognized as the legal parents of twin boys born to a surrogate mother living in India. The surrogacy agreement was arranged in 2010 at the cost of 17,000 pounds (approx. $25,000). The surrogate was inseminated with the sperm of one of the two male partners […]

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Elton John and David Furnish reportedly expecting second child

Elton John and husband, David Furnish, are already parents to son Zachary, 19 months, who was born via a surrogate on Christmas Day, 2010. Recent reports from The Daily suggest that John and Furnish are using the same surrogate to carry their second child. The couple found their surrogate through a California-based surrogacy clinic. Previously, […]

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Building our family with the help of an egg donor and gestational carrier

My partner Josh and I have been together for 10 years. He’s an accountant and I work in sales. We always knew we wanted to have children eventually, but we weren’t sure of the logistics – we assumed that we’d need to involve someone else in order to have a child (like a surrogate and/or […]

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Fertility and parenting options for GBQ men

Written by our guest contributor, Rachel Epstein, Coordinator, LGBTQ Parenting Network, Sherbourne Health Centre. For cisgender (non-trans) gay/bisexual/queer (GBQ) men who want to become parents, the options most readily available are adoption, surrogacy and co-parenting with someone (or more than one person) who has the capacity to get pregnant.  International adoption is currently almost completely […]

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