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So why use the term, Queer?

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The word "queer" has undergone a significant change in meaning and connotation over the years. Historically, "queer" was a derogatory term for individuals perceived as deviating from societal norms around sexual orientation or gender identity. However, in recent decades, many members of the LGBTQ+ community have reclaimed the word as a positive term for self-identification. And at Queer Surrogacy, we celebrate it!

 

Using the word "queer" to describe oneself or others is now seen as an act of empowerment and an assertion of identity. 

 

Though the use of the term "queer" is still a matter of personal preference, Queer Surrogay has taken the word and used it to empower the work that we do. 

Who We Are & What We Do

While other agencies are "LGBTQ+ friendly," we can take it one step further. Queer Surrogacy is built by the LGBTQ+ community, with Queer family planning as our priority. 

Mission

We are dedicated to matching LGBTQ+ parents with LGBTQ+ gestational carriers through advocacy-focused services. We create a safe and discrimination-free journey to parenthood operating with empathy, compassion, and love. With our unwavering commitment, Queer Surrogacy will set industry standards by removing barriers to ensure LGBTQ+ identities are welcome and celebrated in all surrogacy spaces.

My Baby
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Vision

Provide LGBTQ+ individuals a caring and judgment-free journey through surrogacy while removing barriers of discrimination and making the dreams of parenthood come true.

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Values

Respect

discrimination-free experience with an LGBTQ+ Team

Integrity

fair-priced services for an already marginalized community

Inclusiveness

celebrated trans and non-binary gestational carriers, intended parents, and families

Compassion

 

advocacy-focused services with non-assumptive language

Support

building up LGBTQ+ families with a vetted team, healthy 

gestational 

surrogates, and ongoing support

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