For decades, the definition of infertility has restricted access to essential medical care for LGBTQ+ couples and single parents-to-be who need the help of fertility treatment to build their families. But what does "infertility" really look like in the LGBTQ+ community? Many in the LGBTQ+ community don't struggle with physiological infertility, but still need fertility treatment or donors to help build their families.
One of the most frustrating parts of family building is discovering how limiting insurance coverage can be. With the recent announcement of an updated definition of "infertility," LGBTQ+ parents-to-be are finally included. Here's what that means for you.
Many people don’t know what polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is or how much it can affect a person's everyday life. However, for the up to 15% of people assigned female at birth diagnosed with the condition, "life-changing" only begins to describe what they experience.
Director Greta Gerwig's 2023 Barbie may have good intentions when it comes to inclusivity, but it fails to push the boundaries when it comes to gender binary and LGBTQ+ characters. We explore why it falls short in this discussion of the popular movie - from a queer perspective.
If you are planning to take hormonal or surgical steps towards transitioning, one of the most important things to consider is cryopreservation of either your eggs or sperm prior to the start of hormone blockers or surgical procedures that may impact your fertility. A doctor explains why.
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new website - a modernized, freshly designed virtual hub for LGBTQ+ fertility and family planning! So, what can you expect from our new site? Keep reading to find out! Pssst... jump to the end to see what events we'll be at for 2023 Pride!
In honor of International Non-Binary People's Day, let's talk about the current state of non-binary and trans healthcare, unpack why gender and sex are so closely tied together, and explore some actionable ways healthcare providers can offer more inclusive, welcoming environments for non-binary and trans patients to get the care they deserve.