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Routes to parenthood: surrogacy

Surrogacy is when a woman has a baby with the intention of given up her parental rights to a couple who are intended parents. Under British law, single people cannot

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Get involved with NHS North, Central and South Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups

Manchester CCGs are looking for public representatives to act as a ‘voice’ on behalf of patients and carers registered with north, central and south Manchester GP practices.  The groups are

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New Workshop for BME Gay & Bisexual Men

Public Health England (PHE) has commissioned The Quest for Gay Men  to deliver its flagship “The Quest Workshop” in Manchester to provide an opportunity for Black and Minority Ethnic(BME) Gay

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Routes to parenthood: using a fertility clinic

For cis-gender lesbian and bisexual women (and other LGBT people who have a uterus) who want to get pregnant, using a registered fertility clinic may be the most reliable method

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First Greater Manchester therapy group for gay and bisexual male survivors of childhood sexual abuse

Survivors Manchester and LGBT Foundation are launching a new therapy group for adult male survivors of childhood sexual abuse, who also identify as gay, bisexual or questioning. We also welcome applications

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Routes to parenthood: insemination at home

For cis-gender lesbian or bisexual women (and other LGBT people who have a uterus), arguably the most straight-forward (and least expensive!) way to become a parent is to conceive a

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Routes to parenthood: co-parenting

Co-parenting is when two or more people who are not a couple come to an arrangement whereby they conceive and parent children together. Unlike with a pregnancy using a known

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Routes to parenthood: fostering

Foster carers look after children and young people who are in the care of a Local Authority. Unlike adoptive parents, foster carers do not have full parental responsibility for the

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Routes to parenthood: adoption

If you adopt you become the new, permanent parent for a child or children who can’t live with their birth parents. You can apply to adopt either as a couple

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