American couples, especially gay men, are having children abroad for less money and with fewer headaches, and India, it seems, has emerged as the ideal surrogate mom destination, according to a report.
According to the report appearing in the website www.thedailybeast.com/blog , Indian surrogacy is now a half-billion dollar industry.
It mentions the case of Mike Griebe and Brad Fister, who tried everything to have a child. They explored adoption. They researched what Griebe termed "a baby factory type deal," where you basically pay for a "ready-made baby." They went to agencies that promise to find babies in the United...
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American gays all for Indian surrogacy
The Times of India October 2009