Israeli gay couple gets a son in India

Madhavi Rajadhyaksha | TNN | 18 Nov 2008

MUMBAI: Israeli gay couple Yonatan and Omer Gher are categorical about their dislike for Section 377 of the Indian law that makes homosexuality a criminal offence, but they like the `desi’ regulation that allowed them to hire a surrogate mother to deliver their child here.

Their first-born, Evyatar, was conceived with a Mumbai-based surrogate mother in Rotunda, a fertility clinic in Bandra, proving once again that India is a preferred destination for infertile couples as well as gay couples seeking surrogacy.

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