Same-Sex Marriage Enhances Surrogacy
What was once thought as inconceivable is now a reality. As of last month, same-sex marriage is a constitutional right in the United States of America.
When the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage was legal, a domino effect of hope rippled throughout the nation. It also spurred more dreams, one of them being the option to build a family through surrogacy and be intended parents.
For years, Extraordinary Conceptions, a leading international surrogacy and egg donor agency based in California, has worked tirelessly to ensure that everyone has the right to the love of a child. While they have helped traditional couples who have sought surrogacy due to medical and infertility challenges, Extraordinary Conceptions has also been considered pioneers for gay couples.
Although gay individuals and couples were already pursuing surrogacy as a way to build their families, it’s evident that the Supreme Court ruling embraced a level of acceptance for the LGBT community. Invariably, this landmark ruling has generated the planning of wedding ceremonies and to create a family through surrogacy.
It has also triggered women wanting to learn more about surrogacy to help gay men. This inquisitive compassion fuels a solution so kindhearted men can finally become fathers. The surrogacy journey allows people of all sexual orientations the possibility for a joyous, memorable, and rewarding experience: Parenthood.
The Supreme Court decision also arrived at the same time Extraordinary Conceptions was offering its $1,250 new summer surrogate signing bonus until July 31, 2015. Surrogates have the potential to earn $32,000 to $60,000 for an unforgettable memory, especially if they want to carry a baby for a gay man or couple.
What a celebratory moment this is — a historic victory for the gay rights movement and new surrogates can be part of it.
Women who are already mothers and are interested in surrogacy, have the option to choose their intended parents. With the help of her coordinator, they can both peruse the list of an intended parent(s), and led by her heart, she can make the decision of whom she would like to help.
Since the announcement of gay marriage legalization, surrogacy laws still differ from state to state. This has not altered in any way. Still, the most attractive states for surrogacy are progressive areas such as California, Hawaii, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, and Illinois.
Women who live in these states can now apply to be surrogate candidates and await their perfect match.
With gay marriage being legal in the United States of America, surrogacy among same-sex couples will likely increase. And with the demand, there will be a compassionate woman honored to carry their baby.
To learn more about surrogacy, please visit www.extraconceptions.com or call 760-438-2265.
Bonus Incentives Eligibility:
To qualify for the summer bonus incentives, the surrogate applicant must complete the application/registration process between July 1-31, 2015. Bonuses are paid once all legal contracts are signed and according to the month the initial application is submitted. For the surrogate referral $1,000 Visa/MasterCard Gift Card Surrogate bonus, during the application process the applicant must provide the referral’s name, if applicable. To begin the application process today, please visit Extraordinary Conceptions at www.extraconceptions.com or call 760-438-2265.
The information contained on this website should not be relied upon for decision making. The laws related to surrogacy are constantly evolving and Extraordinary Conceptions makes no representation that any information contained herein is consistent with current law. This information is provided solely as a starting point. Please consult with a reproductive attorney for the most current information applicable to your circumstance.