About the project

We aim to explore the feelings, experiences and health care needs of transmasculine people (including trans men and non-binary individuals) who wish to or become pregnant.

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Blog

Read the latest news and information from our project blog.

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People

The project is led by researchers based in Australia, Italy, the UK and US, supported by an international advisory board.

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Resources

Read our law and policy reviews to find out more about frameworks for trans reproduction in Australia, Italy, the UK and US. Further resources for parents and practitioners will be added soon.

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An International Exploration of Transmasculine Practices of Reproduction

This project represents the first international study to address the sociological and health care implications of the reproductive practices of people who become pregnant and/or give birth after transitioning.

The project will consider the impact of advances in science and technology for transmasculine people who become pregnant and give birth, exploring issues of access to new reproductive technologies in relation to different welfare regimes.

Over time, this website will be updated with information and resources produced through the project, which will be of interest to parents, practitioners and scholars.

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