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The biological mother empathized with the couple’s situation, recognizing that common routes to same-sex parenthood — adoption, fertility treatments, sperm donor and gestational surrogacy — can be expensive.A woman agreed to have a baby for a Facebook friend through Messenger. Now, they’re locked in a custody war.|Jaclyn Peiser|September 23, 2021|Washington Post
They’d had Sofia through surrogacy and had been hoping to have another child, Pakota said.
Parenthood is now possible for people who never imagined it in their futures, including same-sex couples and single parents, thanks to such refinements as egg donors, surrogacy and the successful freezing of eggs, sperm and embryos.Solving mysteries of reproduction helped make parenthood possible for millions|Robin Marantz Henig|June 9, 2021|Science News
We’re now in our early 40s, so obviously the window for having a child through natural means has closed, but I’ve been researching adoption and surrogacy and think it may be the path for us.Carolyn Hax: Your wife still won’t talk about having kids after 15 years of stalling|Carolyn Hax|May 21, 2021|Washington Post
To legally marry my partner, we had to travel to Canada, and to legally have children via surrogacy, it required seven separate trips to America totaling 100,000 miles, $300,000, and about three months off from work.What too many workplaces get wrong about family benefits|Udi Ledergor|April 27, 2021|Quartz
India was once considered the go-to spot for commercial surrogacy, but Thailand is the emerging market, so to speak.
Unfortunately, that is rarely the case in the commercial surrogacy industry.
The horrific case of an abandoned baby with Down syndrome has exposed the lawless world of international surrogacy.
Everingham says it is essential for surrogacy agencies to be better monitored.
That also made it appealing for couples barred from the (relatively) regulated world of Indian commercial surrogacy.