Sarah and Pam

First Name: Sarah Partner's First Name: Pam Age: early 40s Hometown: Denver Number of Children: 2, Wynn and Marlo When did you decide you wanted children? It all just sort of happened. It was

Fertility Issues and Lesbian Conception

By Kate When first embarking on our journey to conception, my partner of 10 years and I spent many hours searching the Internet and reading books about the process.

Lesbians Conceiving Overseas: Greece’s Other Crisis

When we think about Greece these days, images of protesters throwing Molotov cocktails at police in Syntagma Square demonstrating their anger over austerity measures come to mind. On

Lesbian IVF: Q & A with Fertility Specialist Dr. Samuel Pang

Dr. Samuel Pang is the medical director of the Third Party Reproduction Team at Reproductive Science Center of New England, one of the first clinics in

IVF for Gay Couples: Q & A with Fertility Specialist Dr. Samuel Pang

Dr. Samuel Pang is the medical director of the Third Party Reproduction Team at Reproductive Science Center of New England, one of the first clinics in

Questions to Ask an IVF Clinic as a Gay Couple

Choosing the team that will assist you in becoming a parent is one of the most important decisions you will make if you are a queer parent or

Karen and Janice

Karen and Janice are lesbian parents of five living in Salt Lake City. They biologically conceived after a long journey of TTC. First Name: Karen Partner's First Name: Janice Age:

All About IVF

The decision to use In Vitro Fertilzation is typically different among gay men than it is among lesbian couples.  Continue reading “All About IVF”

Types of Surrogates

There are two types of surrogacy: Traditional Surrogates and Gestational Surrogates. If surrogacy were put in video game terms, the first involves two players, the other involves three

Insemination Decision 3: ICI, IUI, or IVF

Oh, acronyms. When we don’t know what you mean it’s so frustrating. When we unlock your secrets it’s so satisfying. The acronyms ICI, IUI, and IVF stand for

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