2 edition of Lesbians choosing motherhood found in the catalog.
Lesbians choosing motherhood
|Statement||Kate Kendell, editor ; Robin Haaland, legal intern.|
|Contributions||Kendell, Kate., Haaland, Robin., National Center for Lesbian Rights (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
How to Get a Girl Pregnant is a heartwarming, humorous and candid memoir by Karleen Pendleton Jiménez that was published by Tightrope Books in If you are a lesbian couple hoping to have a baby, a butch woman or someone in love with one, or a two-mom family of any kind, really, you’ll relate to this book. As modern family composition shifts—for many, away from a heteronormative nuclear family—so, too, must the health care that families receive. Lesbian women and their families face particular difficulties with maternity care in the United States and internationally, because many care providers lack an understanding of this population’s specific health care by: 2.
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"A multiracial feminist analysis of how lesbians make choices about motherhood. This book should be required reading for anyone seriously interested in twenty-first century families." (Maxine Baca Zinn, Michigan State University)Cited by: Lesbians Choosing Motherhood: A Comparative Study of Lesbian and Heterosexual Parents and Their by: Get this from a library.
Lesbians choosing motherhood: legal implications of donor insemination Lesbians choosing motherhood book co-parenting. [Maria Gil de Lamadrid; National Center for Lesbian Rights (U.S.);]. This chapter discusses the experiences of partnered lesbian women who choose motherhood with particular emphasis on access to Lesbians choosing motherhood book experiences of perinatal services.
It explores the process of making the decision to have a baby, various methods of conceiving, pregnancy and birth, and the complexities of same-sex : Brenda Hayman. This book studies the growing number of lesbian women embarking on parenthood after coming out.
Theoretical debates about lesbian motherhood often consider its assimilative or transgressive dimensions. This book offers a different approach, contextualising lesbian motherhood in relation to sexual citizenship and hegemonic discourses of kinshipCited by: ().
Lesbian Women Choosing Motherhood: The Journey to Conception. Journal of GLBT Family Studies: Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. Cited by: Lesbians choosing motherhood: A comparative study of lesbian and heterosexual parents and their children.
Abstract; Compared 15 lesbian couples and the 3- to 9-yr-old children born to them through donor insemination with 15 matched, heterosexual-parent families.
A variety of assessment measures were used to evaluate the children's cognitive. Sharing motherhood: biological lesbian co-mothers, a new IVF indication S. Marina * 1. Institute of Reproduction CEFER Abstr Book (pg. ) Google Scholar. Crossref.
Search ADS. PubMed Flaks. D, Fisher. I, Masterpasqua. F, Gregory. Lesbians choosing motherhood: a comparative study of lesbian and heterosexual parents and their children Cited by: Lesbian women choosing motherhood: the journey to conception Abstract Increasingly, lesbian women are choosing to have children in the context of a same-sex relationship, and their.
One such story told in that book is that of Kavita Devi, the editor-in-chief of India’s first feminist digital rural news network, ‘Khabar Lahariya’. Pande’s book, above all, is inclusive.
While it talks about a woman’s right to not choose to be a mother, it doesn’t alienate or dismiss women, who think motherhood is their calling. Going it alone: why I chose single motherhood Parents and parenting From choosing a donor to the surprise of twins - my complicated, anxious, joyful journey to becoming a mother.
Dick Cheney's daughter has just announced she is to have a baby, and America's Christian right is appalled. Of course lesbians actually make brilliant mothers, writes Julie Bindel.
This book studies the growing number of lesbian women embarking on parenthood after coming out. Theoretical debates about lesbian motherhood often consider its assimilative or transgressive dimensions. This book offers a different approach, contextualising lesbian motherhood in Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Book Description. Motherhood remains a complex and contested issue in feminist research as well as public discussion. This interdisciplinary volume explores cultural representations of motherhood in various contemporary European contexts, including France, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Spain, and the UK, and it considers how such representations affect the ways in which different individuals and.
Amie Miller's She Looks Just Like You: A Memoir of (Nonbiological Lesbian) Motherhood. My lovely wife and I just found out that we're expecting.
After about a year of trying with a known donor, lots of ups and downs with a low sperm count, and finally getting to a place where we were okay with waiting for a baby, we came as close to a surprise lesbian pregnancy as we think is possible.
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The Lesbian Parenting Book: A Guide to Creating Families and Raising Children (Paperback). Increasingly, lesbian women are choosing to have children in the context of a same-sex relationship, and their journey to conception and on to motherhood involves a range of decisions that are unique to lesbian couples.
While creating a de novo family is burdened with decisions, choosing to be parents was a deliberate and conscious decision made by lesbian women participating in our by: Increasingly, lesbian women are choosing to have children in the context of a same-sex relationship, and their journey to conception and on to motherhood involves a range of decisions that are unique to lesbian.
It isn’t surprising to see a rise in the popularity of shared motherhood. This process of achieving parenthood has “a human undertone of participation” and “collaboration,” something that has been traditionally denied to lesbian and other queer couples.
A recent study has also found it to be a successful treatment with the live birth rate per receiver as high as 60 percent. Lesbian fiction can be hit or miss, something I learned quickly while running a lesbian book club in We slogged through many books full of Author: Jessica Oak.Being a single mother is difficult, often very difficult.
As the lesbian motherswho speak in these pages make clear, and as other research on single mothers documents abundantly, motherhood without a husband brings with it a range of mothers, whether they are lesbian or heterosexual, are likely to face financial pressures, the stresses of bearing sole or primary responsibility.
The experience of motherhood is as diverse as every one of us out there, but unfortunately we still don’t have enough shows that feature lesbian moms, single moms, and potentially unconventional paths to getting pregnant. Motherstruck is a beautiful reminder that there is no right way to become a mother.
As women, we should support each other.