This week, the Health Minister introduced a bill in the Victorian Parliament that would remove most of the barriers for the LGBTQ community to access assisted reproductive technologies. One of the discriminatory provisions against women in same-sex relationships has been abolished, now a sperm, egg or embryo donor can donate a maximum of ten families instead of ten women as before. Divorced women can also now access reproductive technology without their husband’s permission. The requirement of a police check before accessing ART has been abolished. Also, the surrogate mother’s partner can receive compensation for expenses incurred directly during surrogacy. These laws make treatment fairer and more accessible for the LGBTQ community and residents of Victoria.