Over the past few decades, the number of single men raising children on their own has grown steadily. A recent NPR story on this phenomenon features Circle father B.J. Holt, a single gay man who had two children through Circle Surrogacy.
While single fathers, both gay and straight, are becoming more and more common, men who choose to pursue parenthood alone are often forced to combat stigma. Holt focuses on what matters most: "I will always be there to love them. And that's all that ultimately matters."
Circle Surrogacy recognizes the importance of assisting single fathers, like Holt, to pursue their dreams of building families through gestational surrogacy.
You can find the NPR article and listen to the story here.