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Surrogacy for Gay Men – Melbourne Community Forum – 22 May 2010

When: Saturday 22 May 2010 from 10.00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M.

Many Gay men are now becoming Dads via surrogacy. There are Surrogacy Agencies in the United States, Canada and India all helping Australian Gay men become fathers.  Altruistic Surrogacy is also now legal in Victoria and some other states of Australia.  This forum with be the fifth held in Melbourne and will be presented by members from Gay Dads Victoria. The free forum will be held in Prahran and provide an opportunity for gay men to find out more about Surrogacy and the options available in Australia and other countries.

Over the years the forum has been the start of the journey to parenthood for many gay men (myself being one of them!).  This is a great opportunity for interested gay singles or couples to have some of their questions answered:

– how does surrogacy work

– how do the surrogacy laws work in the US, Canada, India and Australia

– how do I bring my child back in to Australia

– can anyone do it

– how much does it cost

This will also be an opportunity to meet other Surro Dads and Dads to be and learn more about their journeys. 

Doug Weller and Rodney Chiang-Cruise are current preparing a program for the Forum and this will be available soon. For more information or to register your interest in attending, please contact Rodney Chiang-Cruise at info@gaydadsaustralia.com

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