Same-sex couples and single men will be able to use surrogate motherhood in order to become parents, the Supreme Court of Israel has ruled. Even earlier, the court ruled that the law allowing only heterosexual couples and single women to use surrogacy was discriminatory and ordered the government to review the legislation within a year. The government did not correct the situation for a year, and the court ordered to allow same-sex couples and single men access to surrogate motherhood. The law will change over the next six months. The Minister of Health announced the implementation of the court’s decision. He confirmed that the current discriminatory agreement is no longer in effect. It is considered to be a big step towards equality, both for the LGBT community in Israel and for all other people in Israel.