A collection of worldwide LGBTQ+ family stories. From fertility treatments to blended families.
Molly and Kristina met in a little dive bar in Washington DC in March 2013. It was love at first sight, and after exchanging numbers, they’ve been together ever since and now have two daughters.
After two rounds of IVF that didn’t end in pregnancy, it was third time lucky for queer parents, Courtney and Vanessa who will welcome their daughter on Valentines Day
This colorful queer pregnancy announcement, at an amusement park, celebrates Annie, Kiite and their growing baby girl.
Ash and Sasha used a private sperm donor to conceive their twins. Ash watched their wife carry the babies, and speaks of their experience as the non-gestational parent.
After meeting on Tumblr in their teens, Hannah and Freya conceived their first child via IUI using a donor recruited anonymous sperm donor.
Their wedding day was canceled less than one month before it was set to take place, thanks to COVID-19. The lovers did get a chance to have their pre-wedding photoshoot together.
These two lovers prove that while love might have challenges, it’s only ever connected them deeper and reminded them to slow down and enjoy a long healthy life together.
Emma and Jane thought they would have a smooth reciprocal IVF journey, they had even only saved money for one round. However they came across some obstacles.
Having a family, when you’re a same-sex couple isn’t always something that’s easy. Amy and Jess share their lesbian IVF journey to conceive little Addi.
The earth shook the day Krystal proposed, quite literally. While Krystal and Mary were engaged back in 2011, they had these engagement photos.