It’s The Beginning Of The End For Israel’s Gay Adoption Nightmares

While North Carolina bickers its way through denying gay parents true legal adoptions, this week a Jerusalem Family Court is setting precedent by granting adoption rights to the second father of a gay couple. The child was born to one of the men to a surrogate mother in India two years ago; his partner applied for adoption rights a year after the birth. Though the court ruling still isn’t much solace to folks like Dan Goldberg, who was forced to remain in India with his partner because a judge denied him re-entry into Israel with their surrogate-born children.