“All you want is for your kid to be able to run around in the courtyard and feel comfortable,” Katya said. “You just want to hold this person’s hand. You have the right to live and breathe. But you are told that you can breathe only through a straw.”
The first such sentence in Poland.
Two letters sent on Thursday call the policy ‘a thinly veiled attack on LGBTQ Americans whose children are conceived through the use of egg donors and gestational surrogacy.’
The Special Rapporteur's March 2018 report noted "the presence of potentially exploitative practices in relation to children born from surrogacy arrangements"
Same-sex couples who want to have a family in Germany still face legal and cultural barriers
Support, acceptance and visibility of these families has been ignored in the region for far too long.
Major opposition parties have submitted a bill that would permit same-sex marriage, a move that comes weeks after Taiwan became the first place in Asia to legalize gay marriage.
Rights of Children, Surrogates, and Would-Be Parents Implicated
The Trump administration plans to launch a new panel to offer "fresh thinking” on international human rights and “natural law,” a move some activists fear is aimed at narrowing protections for women and members of the LGBT community.
A slate of new, independent films feature LGBTQ+ characters whose sexuality is no big deal, and that's groundbreaking.
The Kivitis told CNN's Brianna Keilar that it was "a straightforward procedure" to obtain Lev's US passport. This was not the case when they sought to do the same for Kessem in early May.
UN member states and civil society gathered at UN headquarters to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the International Year of the Family during an event titled “It Takes a Family” on May 15, the International Day of Families.