2017
DOI: 10.1590/0103-656420150175
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Abstract: This article aimed to study the dynamic of same-sex parenting families formed by two women with children who have a biological bond with only one of them. We interviewed nine women -eight of them formed four couples and one was divorced -with ages ranging between 33 and 45 years, with children aging from 2 to 8 years, who were middle-class residents of the state of Rio de Janeiro, and had planned motherhood together using new reproductive technologies with semen from an anonymous donor. The following evaluatio… Show more

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“…Essas mudanças dizem respeito não apenas às suas funções -que envolvem a proteção, a socialização e o afeto, mas às suas diversas possibilidades de configuração. As composições são múltiplas, encontram--se casais heterossexuais ou compostos por pessoas gays e lésbicas, criando filhos juntos, pessoas criando seus filhos sozinhas, ou seja, monoparentalidade, uniões consensuais, casais sem filhos, casais com filhos adotivos, avós que criam netos, grupo de pessoas não consanguíneas, entre diversas outras possibilidades (Guimarães & Almeida, 2018;Leone et al, 2010;Pontes, Féres-Carneiro, & Magalhães, 2017).…”
Section: A R/e E a Famíliaunclassified
“…Essas mudanças dizem respeito não apenas às suas funções -que envolvem a proteção, a socialização e o afeto, mas às suas diversas possibilidades de configuração. As composições são múltiplas, encontram--se casais heterossexuais ou compostos por pessoas gays e lésbicas, criando filhos juntos, pessoas criando seus filhos sozinhas, ou seja, monoparentalidade, uniões consensuais, casais sem filhos, casais com filhos adotivos, avós que criam netos, grupo de pessoas não consanguíneas, entre diversas outras possibilidades (Guimarães & Almeida, 2018;Leone et al, 2010;Pontes, Féres-Carneiro, & Magalhães, 2017).…”
Section: A R/e E a Famíliaunclassified
“…In the Portuguese study by Costa and Bidell (2017) with 530 LGB childless participants, younger participants, people with lower religiosity and greater involvement with the LGBTQ+ community had more motivation for parenting. Brazilian studies have stressed that parenting project was presented as a mutual desire of the couple (Lira, Morais & Boris, 2016a;Machin, 2016;Machin & Couto, 2014;Pontes et al, 2015Pontes et al, , 2017, or initially as a desire of one of its members (Amazonas, Veríssimo & Lourenço, 2013;.…”
Section: Axis 2: Experiences Of Lgb Families With and Without Childrenmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…People in both countries reported different methods for making parenting viable. Same-sex parenting could be planned and/or experienced through: adoption Araldi & Serralta, 2019;Carneiro et al, 2018;Costa & Bidell, 2017;Lira et al, 2015;Matos et al, 2019;Tombolato et al, 2018;Vitule et al, 2015); assisted reproduction techniques, such as artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization (common for lesbian couples), and in vitro fertilization with a surrogate uterus (common among gay couples) (Costa & Bidell, 2017;Costa, Tasker et al, 2019;Lira et al, 2015;Machin & Couto, 2014;Meletti & Scorsolini-Comin, 2015;Pontes et al, 2015Pontes et al, , 2017Vitule et al, 2015); coparenting agreements or to make the parental project viable (Lira et al, 2016a; Research, Society and Development, v. 11, n. 16, e357111638227, 2022 (CC BY 4.0) | ISSN 2525-3409 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33448/rsd-v11i16.38227 Matos et al, 2019;Medeiros, 2006;Rodriguez & Paiva, 2009;. Thus, the choice of each family depends on a series of contextual and biopsychosocial factors present in the lives of individuals.…”
Section: Axis 2: Experiences Of Lgb Families With and Without Childrenmentioning
confidence: 99%
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