Midlands Lesbian looking to Co-Parent with Gay couple

    by kay97      .      22 Aug 2020

    Hi! My name is Kayleigh. I am a 22 year old single Lesbian looking to hopefully co-parent with a Gay couple. I co-run a successful family business and have an amazing support network around me. I would love to have children while I am still young and energetic! I am from Birmingham and It is important for me to live nearby the couple with who may wish to start this chapter with me.

    I am very aware of the difficulties we face within the LGBT+ community when it comes to starting a family, especially for us who are not it what people would consider an "ideal" position. We are some of the most accepting most loving people and yet we are forced to face so many obstacles in pursuit of expanding our family. As a woman I recognise the many options I have (AI, Co-Parenting, Adoption etc). But unfortunately I started to see how much more more restricted the options are for Gay couples.

    I would love to be able to create a loving, healthy, stable family unit. Just like any other family with two households. All parental rights split 50/50 with a strong friendship between us all. The option of biological siblings and none of the unknown with which comes with sperm donation. I want any children of mine to feel loved and safe. Hopefully there is a loving couple out there also dreaming of a family situation like this. If so, please do drop me a message!

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    Hi! My name is Kayleigh. I am a 22 year old single Lesbian looking to hopefully co-parent with a Gay couple. I co-run a successful family business and have an amazing support network around me. I would love to have children while I am still young and energetic! I am from Birmingham and It is important for me to live nearby the couple with who may wish to start this chapter with me.

    I am very aware of the difficulties we face within the LGBT+ community when it comes to starting a family, especially for us who are not it what people would consider an "ideal" position. We are some of the most accepting most loving people and yet we are forced to face so many obstacles in pursuit of expanding our family. As a woman I recognise the many options I have (AI, Co-Parenting, Adoption etc). But unfortunately I started to see how much more more restricted the options are for Gay couples.

    I would love to be able to create a loving, healthy, stable family unit. Just like any other family with two households. All parental rights split 50/50 with a strong friendship between us all. The option of biological siblings and none of the unknown with which comes with sperm donation. I want any children of mine to feel loved and safe. Hopefully there is a loving couple out there also dreaming of a family situation like this. If so, please do drop me a message!

    Hi there I would love to help if your interested x

    Hey, if you're still looking then I'd be interested in helping you.

    I'm a single gay man, and be happy to help.

    Hi. I m a single man and love to help if interested.

    Hello, I am a gay single man. I have had all the health checks. Tested as fertile looking to co parent with a couple (female) or single female. I want to co parent through AI donation. I live in the Midlands area. I have black hair, 5”8 in height end olive skin. Drop me a message if you are interested in discuss any further

    Hello I am a guy mixed race guy from the East Midlands. Message me you want to chat

    Hello, I am a gay single man. I have had all the health checks. Tested as fertile looking to co parent with a couple (female) or single female. I want to co parent through AI donation. I live in the Midlands area. I have black hair, 5”8 in height end olive skin. Drop me a message if you are interested in discuss any further


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