Thursday, April 11, 2013

Israeli-developed gay dating app Grindr joins gay surrogacy rights fight

Popular Israeli-developed gay dating app Grindr has joined in the effort to allow a gay Israeli couple to have a child by a surrogate mother in the United States after Yuval and Liran lost all their money in attempts to have a child through surrogacy in India. Grindr, which is the most popular gay mobile dating app with more than 4 million users, has said it will donate 100% of the revenues it receives from new subscribers over a 1 week period. Yuval and Liran have also started a campaign to legalise surrogacy for same-sex couples in Israel, which is currently only sanctioned for heterosexual couples. The campaign has already attracted high profile celebrities such as Joan Rivers and the cast of hit TV show 'Fashion Police'.

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