The war notwithstanding, surrogacy continues in Ukraine. This week Ukraine marked 31 years of independence, but it was too dangerous to formally celebrate. The war is still going on. But that has not …
I first spoke to this intended mother, an American, two days after the war began. (You can read that interview here.) Her child had been conceived just…
This is the third part in a three-part post about surrogacy and being a refugee. Part one summarizes stories about families rescuing their former…
This is part two in a three-part post about surrogacy and refugees. Part one summarizes stories about families rescuing their former surrogates from the…
This is part one in a three-part post about surrogacy and refugees. In the item below, I summarize some recent stories about families rescuing their…
For weeks now, I've been thinking about how being a refugee intersects with surrogacy. It's been a struggle to put my thoughts into words. There are…
When war came to Ukraine, hundreds of international families were already pinning their hopes on surrogacy there. Some had shipped their embryos to the…
In the opening days of the war, many surrogates were moved west to safer cities and villages, or out of the country altogether. But a big question…
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Ukraine Surrogacy Dispatches