How do you meet a lesbian to have biological kids?

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    Dec 26, 2011 6:42 PM GMT
    Any practical thoughts or real world experience?
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    Dec 26, 2011 8:02 PM GMT
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    Dec 26, 2011 8:05 PM GMT
    http://www.information-on-surrogacy.com/surrogate-agency.html

    http://www.babymed.com/gay-and-lesbian-pregnancy/tips-gay-and-lesbian-couples-finding-surrogate-mom
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    Dec 26, 2011 9:09 PM GMT
    I should think one could stage a sort of "survivor" contest amongst one's hags...
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    Dec 26, 2011 9:15 PM GMT
    I don't like that practice. For now, gay people can't adopt child in many countries, but I'm sure that people will continuing breeding child with that method although if there is the possibility to adopt. Some people are just too obsessed with their OWN children with their DNA.

    For now, I don't like children and I'm not qualified to rise them well. But if in the future I want children, I prefer to adopt them. The same thing, children are children, and there are plenty of them needing good parents.
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    Dec 26, 2011 9:41 PM GMT
    www.homedepot.com
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    Dec 26, 2011 10:21 PM GMT
    I would just assume a city as large as Chicago has some sort of GLBT white collar professional networking group that meets occasionally for a happy hour or service project or orgies. That is how I met my lesbian. Their biological clock is ticking too, and if they are single and a bit heavy they are super desperate to talk about something like this, since it is one of their few forks in the road that don't lead to thirty kitties and a future appearance on an episode of Hoarders. In all fairness its about my only fork in the road away from the thirty kitties too.

    In the off chance this is actually serious - there are serious implications attendant to how you are going to structure the deal and there are a lot of options, each with its own pitfalls and unintended consequences. There are a lot of bases to cover to protect yourself and give you a stacked deck if you eventually need to litigate, which you might for something unforeseen even in the most finely detailed plan.
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    Dec 26, 2011 11:08 PM GMT
    There are websites for looking for a co-parent which is what you seem to want http://www.co-parentmatch.com/ and there is at least one other one. I would also say that some people take out ads in the local gay publications I know I have seen a handful from gay men and lesbians over the years just be sure to mention you want to be co-parent as some lesbians and heterosexual women want a known donor instead with no involvement.

    Don't listen to the others if you want a genetic bio child then have one. No one tells straight men and women to just adopt so do what you want to I say. Gays adopting instead of co-parenting is not really going to make much of a dent in population growth instead straight women choosing to have one or at most two children is what is going to make the biggest difference.
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    Dec 26, 2011 11:33 PM GMT
    StudlyScrewRite saidhttp://www.information-on-surrogacy.com/surrogate-agency.html

    http://www.babymed.com/gay-and-lesbian-pregnancy/tips-gay-and-lesbian-couples-finding-surrogate-mom


    THANKS!
  • masculumpedes

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    Dec 27, 2011 3:22 AM GMT
    swimguychicago saidAny practical thoughts or real world experience?


    I have friends who did this....they now have a beautiful daughter named Bella. Would you like their contact info? icon_wink.gif