Feb 04, 2013
The number of births through surrogacy nearly doubled between 2004 and 2008 and will continue to rise, according to a report cited in Crain's ChicagoBusiness.com. A significant part of the demand for surrogacy, according to the article. comes from male same-sex couples, who hope to have biological children. As society has become more accepting of gay couples with children, the demand has grown.
Same-sex couples often turn to agencies like Circle Surrogacy, which are gay-owned and have a history of and familiarity with working with the LGBT community, for help navigating the patchwork of laws and processes across the United States.
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