Thursday, December 12, 2013
From Business Insider:
Six years ago, Steven Harris took inventory of his life, as single Manhattan men generally do around certain watershed birthdays, and realized that something was missing.
“A kid,” the 56-year-old lawyer says with a laugh.
What Harris did next was, he says, “unheard of.” With no serious girlfriend or potential partner on the horizon, he searched online for a surrogacy agency to find a woman who would carry his biological child. He settled on Growing Generations, a firm that originally specialized in matching surrogates to gay and lesbian couples but which now has a rapidly growing clientele of single men, gay and straight, who want to start families—and are willing to pay six figures for the privilege.
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