Respect & Protect our Embryos India
SAA is going Global we need your help,
As with the Current arguments currently being heard in the High Court of India, due back to Court on the 24th of November 2015;
Our Indian legal team will debate on Ethical Considerations of our stored embryos;
What will happen to our embryos will largely depend on the final court ruling?
We will also ask the court to consider a subsequent order if the ruling isn’t in the favour of surrogacy continuing for foreigners in India; we will ask the court for a stay on the order with a grace period to allow ALL foreigners the opportunity complete their families with their genetic material that is currently in India.
Our Ethical consideration is also upon the individual's belief about human life specifically when an embryo becomes a human person:
Depending on our own religion or beliefs, we all will have different beliefs, feelings and thoughts around destroying our embryos.
What does unite us all in this, is our Journey in how our embryo’s were created in India through that only opportunity India have gave us which we are all entirely grateful with much respect to India. Most of us suffered loss, years of infertility or the opportunity based on our sexuality, India once gave us that opportunity to create our families, some of us may have finished creating our families, some are desperate for sibling projects, and others haven’t had the opportunity to start.
Our argument in Locus “public interest” submission to the court will argue; “We view an-embryo as a potential person.” At this stage, as an embryo it does have the potential to grow into a foetus and become a newborn baby.
Treat our embryos with respect, because of their potential to develop into human persons.
That general consensus believe that human personhood begins at conception. Thus, a just-fertilized ovum is a full human being. It should have the right to life, and to have all of the other legal rights of the genetic citizen “Intended Parent” that permission was granted by India at time of conception, all countries including Australians be allowed to have the opportunity to complete their families, based on the Laws at the time of conception.
There are, hundreds of thousands of embryos that have been deep-frozen in fertility clinics across India, Hundreds and thousands of families this effects we need all of you right now!!
We are asking anyone globally who has frozen embryo’s in India to be take part in our class action by paying $150.00, you will get a receipt notification you are part of the class action, receive direct updates from our legal team, email your full name, age, address, how many embryo’s you have currently stored to please do this by visitng our website as we are unable to publish our emails on here.
We are asking anyone else whether you have completed your family, or a auntie, uncle, grandparent, and or friend thorough surrogacy you know firsthand how surrogacy changes lives please donate anything today whether it’s large or small for the purpose of the current legal proceedings in India to stop the ICMR banning foreigners.
PROTECT AND RESPECT OUR EMBRYO”S INDIA
Surrogacy Advocacy Abroad (SAA) to file a petition as lead Petitioner in the ongoing Surrogacy Case in The High Court of India,
SAA is in now in search of all past Intended Parents worldwide with genetic material In India to join their class action against the Indian Government.
Kylie Gower founder of SAA; It’s our mission is to ensure the opportunity for everyone to build families and to ensure that the surrogacy journey unfolds in a legitimate, ethical, and successful manner for all involved.
In the wake of the bans on surrogacy in India, we are asking all past Intended Parents to join our class action, which secures their name on the petitioning list. We ask all past and present Intended Parents to put their names on the list, “petition”
Our present and immediate concern is to advocate for former IP clients to have access to currently stored genetic material and to complete their families. We feel that all foreigners, including Australians, be allowed to complete their families based upon the laws at the time of creation our view being conception. Regardless of the court’s decision concerning the future of surrogacy, it is our position that these IPs, including single and gay IPs, are allowed an 18 month grace period to complete their surrogacy process. We view an embryo as a potential person. It has the potential to grow into a foetus and become a newborn baby. We wish these embryos to be treated with respect because of their potential to develop into human persons.
Kylie Gower reports, irrelevant of sexual orientation the petition covers all intended parents with genetic material samples not just frozen embryos, you can add your name, address along with type of genetic material to be included in the court petition by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org the cost to be included in the class action is $150 SAA have set up gofundme page as the payment portal for the court action www.gofundme.com/surrogacyindia, or by visiting SAA on facebook for further details.
Kylie Gower founded Surrogacy Advocacy Abroad to provide the support, information, and collective wisdom that had been lost. We believe that the conduct of a handful foreigners seeking surrogacy abroad is due to a lack of a cohesive support and strong advocacy network. We feel that surrogacy in India is a safer option for all, as India are world leaders in the area of ART and ART guidelines and therefore there is a stronger guarantee that the surrogacy process is a safe and successful for all involved. SAA believes in helping couples and individuals build the families that they deserve. With a vision is to provide a world where infertility and sexual orientation are no longer barriers to that dream, a world where every story matters.
The founders of Surrogacy Advocacy Abroad know from experience that the process of surrogacy abroad is a long, confusing, and often frightening journey. Our hope is that through our advocacy we can reach out, connect, and create a community that reflects the values found within a family and supports the efforts to ensure surrogacy abroad for others in the future.
SAA was founded on experience and is driven by a love of family. SAA members are aware that optimal health for all women during and after pregnancy, as well as quality health services for parents and their children, are the basis for strong families.
We are grateful to India for allowing so many to realise their dream of having a family. The joy of family is a precious gift says Kylie Gower that everyone should have the opportunity to experience. When high risk pregnancy and infertility threaten to deny that experience to individuals and families, it is devastating.
India is World leader in surrogacy, and should be extremely proud of the technologies, guidelines and strength India has in surrogacy, I couldn’t be more proud that my twin girls were made in India, both amazing and inspiring birth story my girls will have for the rest of our lives,I will be forever grateful to our surrogate and India for that opportunity. Surrogacy benefits all who are involved. It is my hope that surrogacy is reopened for all who wish to realise the dream of family without discrimination and in a legal and ethical manner for all involved
Kylie Gower reports if you are looking to complete your family, have your name on the list previous judgement stays relevant to surrogacy have only been applicable to the applicants. Anyone involved in surrogacy, wether you’re an Auntie, Uncle, Grandparent you know how surrogacy changes lives so you also can get involved today by donating also.
Further details contact
Kylie Gower Founder of SAA
T: +61 03 86780338
Many of my closest friends have also have been blessed with a family through India, like me have completed our families and know how passionate I am in realising the dream for others who haven't completed that dream we once all yearned for,
To my friends and family's knowing what it means to be able to have a family you can also help by donating and sharing SAA's posts today ❤️
An update on the ban of surrogacy matters, it was coming up for hearing in the Supreme Court of India on 24th November however could not be taken up as the Court was busy with some other urgent matters.
The matter was then adjourned for the 26th November. The matter was not taken up as the Senior Judge had some Chamber matters and thus the Bench never assembled.
Now the matter will be taken up on 30th November.
If you want to participate in this action you need to ACT FAST, their are no limitations or any persons prohibited in taking part in this action, even if you moved your embryo's to Nepal as an example any one who started the process in India and has been unable to realise that opportunity that was once offered to you can be part of the SAA action,
We ask you to continue to share along with asking family and friends, those who are close to us and know how surrogacy changes lives, to donate today so we can see this through to the end,
SAA understands that any Application on the same cause of the current action, after the matter is heard and decided will become infructuous. We all need to act now
If you haven't received your email in the last 24hrs for the application to the court please email email@example.com
Please continue to share and encourage everyone to donate or if applicable register to be part of the petition, time is running out