After 2 Months of Hiding Out In India With His Twin Sons, Israel Finally Lets Stranded Gay Dad Take a Paternity Test
Remember Dan Goldberg, the gay Israeli dad who had twin sons by a surrogate in India? He was not allowed to return home because a bigoted judge denied him a standard paternity test that would grant his sons full citizenship. Now, some good news:
He and his sons may not have to wait much longer in their Mumbai motel room before returning home because after a weekend of protests from Goldberg’s friends and family (pictured), the state has finally granted Goldberg the paternity test. It’s a good thing too, since one of his children is said to have an eye infection that needs medical attention, something he could not get as a citizen of nowhere.