Gay Parenting Through Gestational Surrogacy
Long gone are the days when you had to say goodbye to your dreams of being a parent because you are gay. While you probably won’t go about it the “traditional” way, a gay man can still be a father through Gestational Surrogacy. Two gay men can both be fathers to a baby born via this route as well. If you are gay and have always wanted to become a parent, make today the day you look more into the process.
Gestational surrogacy, in which the Surrogate is not related to the child she is carrying, is the most common type of surrogacy today. The embryo is created via in vitro fertilization (IVF), using the eggs and sperm of the Intended Parents or donors, and is then transferred to the Surrogate Mother. In most LGBT cases, one Intended Parent is genetically related to the child, and the Surrogate is not. This makes gestational surrogacy less legally complicated than other forms of surrogacy because stepparent or second-parent adoption is not required.
Creative Family Connections has been helping gay Intended Parents to become parents through surrogacy for more than a dozen years. In fact, our very first client was a prospective gay dad, and every year we help more and more LGBT Intended Parents build their families through surrogacy. We are proud to be recognized as a leader in comprehensive surrogacy services for the LGBT community, and particularly proud to be ranked as one of the very top surrogacy companies in the world!
To reach out to us and begin your journey to parenthood, please call 240-235-6006, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or even fill out our simple online form.