lgbt families

Experts recommend that trans people preserve their fertility first if they know they want to be parents. But there are serious barriers in the way.
This IVFML episode follows one family's IVF journey while they navigate the transition process at the same time.
“It’s not about winning and losing ... It’s about living life together.”
There is for every child, straight or gay, a moment when he or she stops believing that his/her parent is omniscient, and they start to push the boundaries. My son had been playing with that line for awhile. Then one day he called me a faggot.
When Natalie and I met, we knew children were in the plan for us.
When I publicly announced transition I had a couple of friends tell me that it would be near impossible to find love as a trans person. It was like they were warning me or trying to prepare me for a life of loneliness. This experience is a testament to the fact that love can win.
Answer by Jae Starr, mother of four, on Quora: After college, Dave came back and started working, and he finally brings home
Vickey and Kristen Hart share their tale of co-parenting, fostering and adoption.
Both young women share a unique moment in history. They shine at a time when racial tensions in the United States are at
Mythic Bridge supports at-risk youth through the transformative power of filmmaking. We enable them to actualize their potential through filmmaking workshops.
I remember my mornings before kindergarten class and how much I enjoyed the time being at home and relaxing. My mother would
"The good memories are the reminders of love. They keep us going..."
For some in the LGBT community, determining how they can start or even grow their families with the help of fertility experts is a process sometimes fraught with obstacles. I'm happy to say that in my nearly 30 years as a fertility doctor, third-party reproductive options have come a long way.
Addiction can truly happen to anyone. We treat people of all lifestyles, demographics and socioeconomic statuses, all of whom have learned how similar their struggles are to each other's, and that they have more in common than they may have originally thought.