9 Oct, 2020
The British Infertility Counselling Association (BICA)’s Spring 2020 journal includes an article by Natalie Gamble about managing issues for fertility patients who are separating or getting divorced. You can read the full article here. In the UK, no one legally ‘owns’ embryos and they are stored with both gamete providers consent, meaning if embryos are created with your and your partner’s gametes and either of you remove your consent the embryos cannot be used. There are also a numb...
25 Sep, 2020
The English government has finally announced its plans regarding reform of the Gender Recognition Act 2004. Following initial indications of a plan to modernise and an extensive public consultation nearly two years ago, which showed overwhelming support for change, the government has in the end decided to retain the existing legislation and do little more than tinker at the edges. We are hugely disappointed to see our transgender clients let down in this way. What is the Gender Recogniti...
A must read for anyone interested in modern families. Published this week, Susan Golombok's We Are Family is a moving, uplifting look at the modern family that proves that love comes in many shapes and sizes. Click for more information: https://t.co/SdK7mII3LR
RT @NGambleAssoc: Join us in signing the petition to reform the Gender Recognition Act. https://t.co/J6hmzyLx54
Is UK law changing the way it views commercial surrogacy arrangements? (The Review, Issue 206, July 2020)
- The Review, 28 July 2020
Family planning: how Covid-19 has placed huge strains on all stages of surrogacy
- The Guardian, 14 June 2020
Surrogacy Is Complicated—Then Add a Global Pandemic
- Marie Claire, 17 May 2020
Parents are hiring jets to see their surrogate children for the first time
- Wired, 13 May 2020