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Alex & Hans M. Hirschi

Hans Martin Hirschi (born June 4, 1967) is a Swiss born Talent Development executive, writer and LGBT activist and the author of six published novels and a couple of non-fiction titles. Hirschi debuted as a fictional author in 2013 with Family Ties, an autobiographically inspired novel about the meaning of family. His books deal with humankind’s small and big challenges from parenting, loss, family, racism to climate change with strong LGBT characters. He’s been dubbed the “Queen of Unconventional Happy Endings” by his publisher.

Hans sixth novel, Spanish Bay, is due in October 10, 2015, a novel about disabilities, love, family, and raising children you didn’t expect.

Jim-Alex (Alex) Daniel Minorsson Hirschi (born February 28, 1979), is a Swedish social work executive and the chairman of the Swedish Association of Social Work. He currently works in an administrative management function in the city of Gothenburg.

Alex and Hans met on 9/11 and had what must be one of the most memorable first dates, ever, spending the entire night glued on a couch in front of the TV, watching events unfold. This extraordinary experience helped them bond quickly and they’ve been a couple ever since. They got engaged the next summer and married each other on December 11, 2004.

As the fathers of a son born to a surrogate in India in 2013, Hans and his husband documented their journey to parenthood in the 2014 e-book “Dads” and have been very vocal in their support for commercial surrogacy under controlled forms as part of their endeavor to help gay couples become fathers. Even after two and a half years, they are fighting to get Sascha registered as Swiss citizen, a routine procedure for straight couples.


Alex and Hans met on 9/11 and had what must be one of the most memorable first dates, ever, spending the entire night glued on a couch in front of the TV, watching events unfold. This extraordinary experience helped them bond quickly and they’ve been a couple ever since. They got engaged the next summer and married each other on December 11, 2004. As the fathers of a son born to a surrogate in India in 2013, Hans and his husband documented their journey to parenthood in the 2014 e-book “Dads”.





Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_M._Hirschi


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