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LGBT Parenting Pathways on ‘What is Surrogacy’ webinar video

A ‘What is Surrogacy’ webinar was recently hosted by Michelle Goodwin of Deaf LGBTIQA along with Brilliant Beginnings UK and our favourite Deaf Dads Sam and Matthew Calder-Bray from the instagram account @twodeafdads.

Brilliant Beginnings UK will talk about surrogacy information in the UK, and the NGA Law which is a legal firm that deals with surrogacy law and will explain the legal side of surrogacy.

Then Sam and Matthew will share with us their personal surrogacy journey.

Make sure to watch this very informative video!

To watch our first webinar video on Adoption and Fostering, head over to our Family page here.

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