Tammuz in the Media

Amid Legal Battles, More Gay Israelis Are Raising Children / Forward / 03.2010
Doron Meged-Mamet interviews for Forward.com regarding the rising number of gay Israelis who choose to start their families and not wait until the legal battles are resolved. Read More
The art of making babies / Live Mint / April 2011
Today new technologies have taken the sex out of the act of “making babies”. Now all you need is a credit card. Instructions can be found on YouTube.
Google Baby, HBO’s gripping 2010 documentary on surrogacy begins with this brutal line. Read More
Gay parenting / Queerty / דצמבר 2012
Doron Mamet-Meged, interviews to Queerty Magazine and discusses gay parenting. According to Doron, as gays become parents, it gets easier for society to accept them Read More
Doron Maged-Memet one of the 36 influentials of the world / ueberpreneurs / דצמבר 2013
Enterpeneur Peter Andrews chose Doron Mamet-Meged, Tammuz Family founder as one of the 36 people who make the world a happier place. Doron was chosen among Oprah Winfrey and Mark Zukerberg Read More
Gay Baby-Boomers with Tammuz / Gay Pride Magazine / January 2015
Many LGBT people around the world are dreaming of babies. Tammuz international surrogacy is making it happen. Tammuz International Surrogacy is one of the leading agencies in the world, and has fulfilled the parenthood dream for hundreds of men and women through innovative procedures in state-of-the-art fertility clinics around the globe. Read More
The Dwindling Options for Surrogacy / The Atlantic / May 2016
For the Australian couple Stephen and Michael, having kids involved people from five different countries. Australian law forbids anyone from contracting surrogates or paying women to have children for them, but Stephen and Michael knew other gay couples who’d found a workaround: In developing nations, laxer rules and bigger loopholes would allow them to hire a surrogate abroad. (Because the actions the fathers took are now considered illegal, the fathers’ names have been changed to protect their and their children’s identities.) Read More