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Single women and gay couples are increasingly raising children with people they aren’t in a relationship with, it was claimed today.
Experts believe that the recession and marriage break-ups are prompting people to stop searching for Mr or Mrs Right and start seeking the ideal parenting partner.
The rise of the “co-parent” will be highlighted tomorrow at the Alternative Parenting Show in Covent Garden which is expected to be attended by more than 2,000 people.
Lesbians who have found a sperm donor are increasingly looking at natural insemination to become pregnant. Has the cost of insemination forced lesbians into a corner?
England's Kirsty Cox and Anna Jones have become mothers via artificial insemination at their home - with help from the same sperm donor. The married couple are bringing up three-month-old Scarlett Marie and Alfie. The babies were conceived just two weeks apart with the help of a friend, who visited their home to make the donations. Anna, 27, said: "We are over the moon. We have two beautiful babies and we’re a really happy family.
Auckland woman who wants a "dragon baby" appealed for sperm donors from across the country to step forward and help. Bevan Chuang, a single 30-year-old, wants to get pregnant this year so her baby is born in the Chinese year of the Dragon which is considered the most auspicious sign in the 12-year astrological cycle. The New Year was welcomed in on January 23 and will run until February 9 next year. According to Chinese astrology, dragon babies are destined to be wealthy and successful.
In his new autobiography, the former mayor of London reveals that he helped two friends get pregnant. John Walsh imagines his donation credentials
A lawyer who became a sperm donor and donated sperm to pay his way through college has learned that he has fathered an astonishing 70 children.
More than 15 of those have already attempted to contact 33-year-old Ben Seisler.
The sperm donor confessed to his fiancée as part of a new reality show, 'Sperm Donor', that aired on the Style Network on Tuesday.
Seisler donated sperm for three years while attending law school at George Mason, Virginia. He earned around $150 per donation.