Circle Guest Post on Gays With Kids: Gay Surrogacy in the Suburbs

By Brett Griffin-Young, gay dad through surrogacy and Circle Surrogacy‘s International Outreach Associate.

If you’ve ever looked for an apartment or bought a house (or watch any HGTV real estate show), you’ve probably heard the phrase, “Location! Location! Location!” Because where you live sets the stage for the rest of your life and your children’s lives.

Or does it?

Surrogacy in the ‘Burbs?

Surrogacy is becoming more and more common as a family-building option. Agencies work with singles and couples from all over the world to help grow families. Many celebrities, too, have turned to surrogacy.

Surrogacy is readily available in big cities. But what if you don’t live in New York or LA or London? What if you live in a small town, hours from a big city? Is surrogacy still accessible? And, on top of that: what if you are gay and living in a small town? Is surrogacy a viable option?

Read the whole article on Gays With Kids