A few blocks away, two mothers, Yiru and Yiling, who have known each other in the workplace and have been in love for more than 10 years, are preparing their son Yangyang's breakfast. The cutlets and squash are sizzling in the oil pan, and the smell wafts from the kitchen. to the whole house.
Yiling recalled: "At that time, a key company banner design point was that we knew that if a gay man wanted to go through surrogacy, it would cost at least 6 million, and how I wanted to earn 6 million was not possible; but a lesbian would only need 600,000, one-tenth of the price seems to be We want to give it a try when we have the chance.” Later, they started a plan for artificial reproduction, but it didn’t work out, so they changed direction and moved toward adoption.
Except for the option of artificial reproduction, the two gay couples embarked on the road of adoption, and Weiwei and Yiru applied to the adoption agency. Gay couples who adopt children have to "come out" again and again "I have expectations in my heart. It doesn't matter if the child is very lively and active. I will feel that he is a very energetic person." Thinking back on the idea of adopting a child, Yiru still couldn't hide her excitement.