What would you do if you were told you had no right to access information about your own identity?
From a cheeky little girl, to a determined young woman; this is my story.
Found your post when doing some research and would love to talk to you more. My husband recently donated to a lesbian couple of ours and has future goals to donate to other lesbian couples. I am also pregnant with our first son, but am struggling to find peace with this decision. I am confused how he is able to view himself as optional, and equally disheartened that he will continue on being a part of this childs life, all the while, the child will be unware of who he really is, until the child is old enough to ask, "where did I come from"... To understand the prospective of a donor child would something that may help me in this personal journey, though I am coming at it from a much different view than you are. I do not have my father in my life and I am discouraged we look down upon the fatherless society around us, yet promote it under these other circumstances, when I see no difference. Either way, thank you for posting the blog.Warm regards,Jennifer
Hi Rel...Watched your story on SBS. I was a donor at Prince Henry's during the 1980's. I may have a snippet of information for you if you'd like to contact me. email@example.comRegards,Rog
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