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Rick Santorum blames same-sex marriage on Will & Grace. I hate to agree with Santorum on any issue, but he's partially correct. Culture changes people's thinking. I think Will & Grace and all of the other positive and enlightening cultural portrayals of the LGBT community have helped to make America more rational. Of course Santorum - being an idiot - wouldn't recognize the rationality behind the cultural shift. But even morons hit upon partial truths once in awhile.
A key group representing fertility specialists in the U.S. has shifted its messaging and now says that healthy women over the age of 50 should not be discouraged from trying to become pregnant using donor eggs or embryos.
With her blond bob, convertible car, cigarette in hand and cropped top emblazoned with the letters YOLO ("You Only Live Once"), this is an Alice in Wonderland the world has not seen before. Like Lewis Carroll's original, this cartoon Alice is curious about the world – "she gives up her cash to fly around rash" – but the moral here is that this twentysomething Singaporean is so busy being "wild and reckless" that she stands to lose her chance of starting a family.
Welcome to adult education in marriage and fertility, Singapore-style.
PROBLEMS in accessing donor sperm and eggs at home appear to be behind a reported increase in the number of UK citizens who seek fertility treatment abroad, despite the fact that this is widely seen as risky. Now, a team of academic experts, including a University of Huddersfield professor, have investigated the phenomenon and analysed the attitudes of health professionals.
A CONTROVERSIAL fertility treatment developed in the North East which could eradicate incurable inherited diseases has the public's backing, it has been revealed. Fertility regulators yesterday paved the way for the Government to legalise the creation of IVF babies with three genetic parents.
Leading UK Documentary Company Wants to Hear Your Co-parenting Story
Award-winning television production company Windfall Films, is researching a documentary about modern families and co-parenting.
If you’re based in the UK and are a co-parent, searching for a parenting partnership, or going through a co-parent pregnancy, we’d love to hear about your journey. We’d simply like to talk at this stage. Getting in touch will not in any way commit you to taking part.
A Dutch lesbian couple has gone into hiding with their foster son after the boy’s biological parents went on television in Turkey and said that they consider the pair morally unfit to take care of their child.
The row is threatening to overshadow an official visit by the Turkish prime minister to the Netherlands next week. The Associated Press reports the Dutch vice prime minister told reporters on Friday that political interference from Turkey would be “inappropriate.”