So you want to be a parent, or at least are thinking about it.
If you’re queer, there’s a good chance that you don’t have the biology to make that happen without some form of artificial insemination or choosing to adopt.
This course is your starting place. It will explain in depth the most common methods queer people use to become parents, their basic definitions, and estimated costs.
This information focuses on laws and resources in the United States. Some aspects may apply to other countries as well.
The introduction video can be previewed before purchase on the Curriculum tab.
Each video lesson is between 5 – 10 minutes long and has captions.
Course purchase includes lifetime access. Retake as many times as you want.
Section One: Adoption for Queer Parents
- Recent Legal History
- Options and Resources
Section Two: Methods of Conception for LGBTQIA+ Folx
- Self Insemination (ICI)
- Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
- The Basics of In Vitro Fertilization
- Egg Donation and Surrogacy
- Trans Fertility & Gamete Preservation