Features of Spanish law

On the th of November 2012 the Constitutional Court of Spain upheld the law on same-sex marriages, adopted seven years ago, as, constitutionally, any law, "encouraging the development of liberties and equality of citizens" may be taken. Thus, same-sex couples are granted the same rights with traditional unions in all aspects of family life, including the possibility of raising children. Spanish legislation is becoming more and more "loyal" to same-sex couples:before 2006 non-traditional families had to pass a long and expensive process of adoption, after the enaction in 2006 children are recognized native almost automatically. That’s what non-traditional couples is concerned. However, the situation with traditional couples suffering from infertility, is not as rosy, and what is the most important – doesn’t budge. Actually, surrogacy in Spain exists, but on non-commercial basis only, and it is not regulated by the law. Then and there, the family that resolved to use, perhaps, the last chance for the birth of their own child, is not protected by the law in any way. The surrogate mother has her right to leave the baby and besides doesn’t bear any responsibility for it, because under Spanish law the contract will have no legal force. The court may also refuse genetic parents the right to be recorded in the birth certificate of the child.

I have nothing against people with different sexual orientation neither in Spain, nor in other countries. I'm for justice, and against double standards. Why are the interests and rights to a happy family life of some people protected by the law, and of others – aren’t? Or is it that there is a sexual minority lobby in Spanish government, and forlorn childless couples simply have no one to stand up for them?