Israeli Attorney General Opines Israeli Surrogacy Law Discriminatory

Here’s a REPORT that in Israel a woman with a medical problem that prevents her from conceiving a child may be able to legally enter into a surrogacy contract provided she is in a relationship with a male partner.

The Israeli attorney general just submitted an opinion that a woman’s relationship status with a male partner should have zero relevancy in the woman’s ability to contract with a surrogate.  If this opinion is eventually accepted, it would mean that a single woman with a medical complication rendering her unable to carry a child should not have to obtain a male partner in order to contract with a surrogate.

The attorney general’s opinion could eventually open the door in Israel for single women to legally contract with a surrogate begging the question as to why single men and same-sex couples should be excluded.

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