As regards the choice of a method of conception, this study suggests that the bill establishing civil unions and new filiation rules in Quebec had considerable effects on the decisions made by lesbian couples.
Spranzi, M. These narratives bear witness to their way of adjusting their transition into womanhood with their role as parents, even in the face of much incomprehension and even exclusion. Contents - Previous document - Next document.
Ben Hounet, P. Nonetheless, if it is always and everywhere necessary, for a child to be conceived, to have access to the gametes of a man and those of a woman, with trans parenthood women are not always the ones to give birth. Shechner, T. Some legal experts went so far as to say that children would be adversely affected by this reform of filiation Pratte, Drapeau, M.
Psychosocial analysis, experience of children and families. More recently, a few scholars have focused on the parental experiences of transgender persons, and in particular the way in which they act as parents Hérault, ; Hines, ; Ryan,
Badgett, A. To start with, I will summarise the national differences in gayfriendliness, which is institutionalised differently in the two countries. Furthermore, we cannot consider these samples to be statistically representative of same-sex parents, because such a population is difficult, if not impossible, to define clearly.
She also noted an evolution in the terms of address used in lesboparental families to name the non-legal mother.
Without being able to establish statistics, qualitative research led among those who used surrogacy in the Unites-States shows that they usually keep contact with the gestational carriers who, as a matter of fact, are never anonymous , whereas relations with egg donors are more tenuous Golombok, ; Gross, The book draws from transatlantic empirical material but does not fall within the comparative sociology tradition.
Dalton, S. Malacket, A.