Surrogacy can be a way to happiness and equality

Turning to the United States to fulfill a dream Laila Simon Minneapolis Surrogacy, a birthing process which allows all types of families to birth a child, is illegal in Norway and many other European countries including Italy, Spain, France, and Germany. But for many hopeful parents, it is one of the only options to have a genetically related child. I first learned about the modern realities of surrogacy through my own extended family. My Norwegian second cousin and his husband had a beautiful son via surrogate in Oregon in 2016. While not an easy journey, Hans-Petter and Frode found all of their investments, in time and mon
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Laila Simon

Laila Simon is a writer in Minneapolis. She is a dual citizen of Norway and the United States and has been writing for The Norwegian American since 2017. When she’s not attempting ambitious recipes, Laila translates Norwegian poetry and adds to her houseplant collection.

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