INSIGHTS AND IMPACT OF PERSONHOOD LEGISLATION ON FAMILY EQUALITY 

Read the full report here.

 

Part 1: FAMILY EQUALITY LEGISLATION: INTENDED PARENTS HARBOR DEEP-SEATED CONCERNS

98% of intended parents report concerns over legislation hindering family building efforts.

67% of same-sex intended parents are 2x more concerned about IVF and surrogacy impacts compared to heterosexual peers.

55% of surrogates are deeply troubled by legislative effects on IVF, nearly 4x more than the general population.

 

Part 2: SURROGATE PERSPECTIVE: UNWAVERING DEDICATION TO FAMILY EQUALITY

68% of surrogates remain resolute in their decision to assist families, with none reconsidering their commitment.

In fact, 43% stated their motivation increased to help a family in need.

Challenges are minimal thus far, with only 9% encountering obstacles in their surrogacy journey.

 

Part 3: INTENDED PARENT PERSPECTIVE: IMMEDIATE CONCERNS UNDER NEW LEGISLATION

18% of intended parents delaying IVF and 20% postponing surrogacy altogether due to recent legislative changes.

30% of intended parents encountered challenges and barriers under new laws.

50% report increased financial burden and 67% have experienced heightened mental stress in family planning efforts.