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LGBT History Month: Featured Family: Amelia’s 2 Mummies

In our penultimate post for LGBT History Month, we’re featuring Rebecca and Kelly from ‘Amelia’s 2 Mummies‘ – a UK-based, two-mum, family who write about life with their daughter Amelia. Similar to us, they started their conception journey only, however things quickly changed when they found out their donor was a lot closer than they

LGBT History Month: Featured Family: The Legacy of Leo

This week, Jess from The Legacy of Leo has shared her thoughts on casual homophobia – something that is all too prevalent in today’s society – especially in schools – for LGBT History Month. I’ve been following ‘The Legacy of Leo’ for quite some time, not just because they’re a rainbow family, but because they

LGBT History Month: Featured Family: Kaye.

This week, as part of LGBT History Month, we’re listening to Kaye. If you would like to read last week’s story, you can do so here. I’ve followed Kaye, their wife, and their son Silas online for quite some time now. Not only are they Potterheads, but our boys are around the same age (I

LGBT History Month: Featured Family: Daddy Papa & Me

This month is LGBT History Month, a time when I, personally, like to give thanks to those that paved the way so me and my family can live (somewhat) more openly, as well as increase visibility for my community. With this, I thought I’d re-visit a feature I did a few years ago where a

LGBT History Month: Why Our Son Will Never Be an Ally.

Last year, I started a fantastic new book by Frank Lowe called ‘Raised by Unicorns‘, which is a collection of stories by people with LGBTQ+ parents. It’s one of those books that I’ve really savoured as I simply don’t want it to end. It’s raw and unfiltered, and regardless of it’s audience, it teaches the

Visibility: Why We Do What We Do

Yesterday, I was invited to chat to Anna Foster of BBC Radio 5 Live about sperm donors and how there is now an increase in demand for them outside of the realms of the NHS. We talked about what we went through and what *should* be common practise when deciding to do at-home artificial insemination