All people in the LGBTQ community deserve to be able to build their families safely and with the best, most effective treatment possible. Right now, those rights are under attack, not just on a state level but now on a federal level.
Building a biologically-related family for a single gay male or gay couple is a complicated series of decisions, involving many you'd never think you'd have to make. One of the most important decisions on your journey is choosing and matching with a gestational surrogate.
Dr. Mark P. Leondires, medical director of Gay Parents To Be, will be scheduling complimentary consultations for gay couples or single gay men who want to learn more about their family building options this January.
Here I am, sitting by the fire by myself. Around me, my three-year-old is singing jingle bells continuously at the bottom of the steps. My husband is drawing with my five-year-old. We just finished hosting a dinner with twenty family members, new and old, and now everyone has gone home.
'Tis the season for giving. And receiving. And looking forward and looking back. 2016 was a momentous year, full of advances and setbacks. Together, we stand strong, and now it's more important than ever.
Gay Parents To Be is an LGBT family building resource for medical, legal, and sperm donor services. For lesbians starting out on a family building journey, many questions arise. We are here to help provide answers and solutions as your family building center…
You've decided to move ahead with creating your family by working with a gestational carrier. A gestational carrier or gestational surrogate is a woman who has a previously created embryo (using an egg donor and intended parent’s sperm) transferred into her uterus, becomes pregnant, and then carries through birth.
Dr. Mark P. Leondires, medical director of Gay Parents To Be, will be scheduling complimentary consultations for gay couples or single gay men who want to learn more about their family building options this November.
We have an election coming up—less than a month away. While there's been conversation and coverage indicating that we don't have one responsible or reasonable candidate to vote for, this couldn't be farther from the truth. Even with less than a very careful look, these two major party candidates are not equals; there are major differences in their political stances and the way in which they comport themselves.
I had the privilege of participating in the Men Having Babies event in Brussels, Belgium last week. This event was inspiring to me. In spite of the many obstacles to family building in place for male couples in Europe, there were more than 200 men there. In fact, the event was completely sold out.