Where to Go, What to Do? Family in Singapore’s Gay Surrogacy Adoption Case Face Life in Limbo

January 10, 2018

(South China Morning Post) – James tried to remedy his son’s status, applying for a single-parent adoption that in Singapore would give James sole rights and responsibility to the child and remove the illegitimate label. James and Shawn were also hopeful that this would make it easier for Noel to get Singapore citizenship. The couple stressed that it was not about pushing any agendas for gay issues. After three years, the Family Justice Courts rejected the application a day after Christmas.

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