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Family-building options for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people

Fertility & sperm freezing for trans women

For those whose gender identity doesn’t align with their biological sex, proactive fertility considerations are especially important. Gender-affirming hormone therapy and other aspects of gender transition can have a significant impact on a person’s ability to produce healthy sperm and create a pregnancy later in life. Read on to understand more about fertility and sperm freezing for trans women.


Choosing & using donor sperm

LGBTQ couples, single parents, and infertile couples may choose to use donor sperm. But is it better to use anonymous donor sperm from a sperm bank, or a “known” donor such as a friend or family member? Learn about the pros and cons of each option.


Understanding surrogacy

Surrogacy, the process in which a person other than the intended parent(s) carries a pregnancy, may be used by both heterosexual couples and LGBTQ couples, as well as single people.