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Rise In Women Taking On Motherhood Alone


IVF and donor insemination are increasingly being seen as an option for single women who want to start a family by themselves.

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[Homework]2014-05-03 单身女性人工授精生育不断上升

L and B have the same father but he is not part of their lives. That might not be so unusual, but what is is the way mum Lisa Lee got pregnant. With no husband or partner and time-taking, she opted for donor insemination as the root to motherhood.
...Everyone goes about it deliberately because they don't want a man around.And a lot of women are hoping that their nice men would turn up, now the children are there. But the pressure is off, you know, trying to find that person in the time that you've got and then becoming a mum.
A growing number of women are certainly choosing a similar path. In 2007, 259 single women have IVF treatment. By 2012, the number has more than doubled to 632 and donor insemination for women without a partner also increased from 330 to 468 over the same period.
It became easier for single women to pursue motherhood with the introduction of the 2008 human fertilization and embryology act. What that did was remove reference to the need for a father when going for fertility treatments, instead replacing it with requirements revise supportive parenting.
And before it gets to the stage of laboratories, plenty of checks should be carried out. It's not taking very likely by the woman or by the clinic. There are responsible rules. We make sure that there is support from family and friends and most of the time there is. And also we offer them counseling before we have treatment.
There are nearly 2 million single parents in the UK and the vast majority have been through a seperation. But critics say that is different from opting to go it alone from the outset.
I'm quite horrified. I think it's very offensive and undesirable to reduce the role of fatherhood to reduce the role of fatherhood to a donation for an anonymous sperm donor. There is much to fatherhood than that.
It's an idea that we will never sit comfortably for those who disagree. But having a baby is a woman's right. But for Lisa and others like her, only by becoming a mother could life be made complete.


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Lenie and Bebe have the same father, but he's not part of their lives. That might not be so unusual, but what is is the way mom Lisa got pregnant.

With no husband or partner, and time ticking, she opted for donor insemination as the route to motherhood.

I don't think any one has gone about it deliberately because they don't want a man around and a lot of women are hoping that that nice man would turn up now the children are there but the pressure is off, you know, trying to find that person in the time that you've got in order to become a mom.

A growing number of women are certainly choosing a similar path. In 2007, 259 single women had IVF treatments, by 2012, the number had more than doubled to 632, and donor insemination for women without a partner also increased from 330 to 468 over the same period.

It became easier for single women to pursue motherhood with the introduction of the 2008 human fertilization and embryology acts. What that did was remove reference to the need for a father when going for fertility treatments; instead replacing it with the requirement to provide supportive parenting.

And before it gets to the stage of laboratories, plenty of checks should be carried out.

It's not taken very lightly by the woman or by the clinic. There are very responsible rules; we make sure that there is support from family and friend and most of the time there is and also we offer them counseling before they have treatment.

there are nearly 2 million single parents in the UK, and the vast majority have been through a separation. But critics say that's different, the opting to go it alone from the outset.

I am quite horrified. I think it's very offensive and undesirable to reduce the role of fatherhood to a donation from an anonymous sperm donor. There's much more to fatherhood than that.

It's an idea that would never sit comfortably for those who don't disagree. But having a baby is a woman's right. But for Lisa and others like her, only by becoming a mother could life be made complete.
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L and B have the same fathers, but he is not part of their lives. That might not be so unusual, but what is is the way Mom & got pregnant with no husband or partner and time taking.

She opted for donor insemination as the route to motherhood.

Other, that any one gone about it deliberately because they don't want a man around, and... and a lot of women are hoping that nice man will turn up, now the childrening there. But the pressure is off, you know, trying to find that person in the time that you've got and then become a mum.

A growing number of women are certainly choosing a similar path. In 2007, 259 single women had IVF treatments. By 2012, the number had more than doubled to 632. And donor insemination for women without a partner also increased from 330 to 468 over the same period.

It became easier for single women to pursue motherhood with introduction of the 2008 human fertilization and embryology act. What that did was remove reference to the need for a father when going for fertility treatments, instead replacing it with requirements revise supportive parenting.

And before it gets to the stage of laboratories, plenty of check should be carried out.

It's not taken very likely by the woman or by the clinic. And there are very responsible rules we make sure that there is support from family and friends and most of the time there is. And also we offer them counseling before they have treatment.

There are nearly 2 million single parents in the UK, and the vast majority have been through a separation. But critics say that's different from opting to go it alone from the outset.

I'm quite horrified, I think it's offensive and undesirable to reduce the role of fatherhood to a donation from anonymous sperm donor. There is much more to fatherhood than that.

It's an idea that we will never sit comfortably for those who disagree. But having a baby is a woman's right. But for lisa and others like her, only by becoming a mother could life be made complete.

^&, SkyNews, south London.
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  Leinie and Bebe have the same father, but he is not part of their lives. That might not be so unusual, but what is is the way Mom Lisa Lee. got pregnant. With no husband or partner or time ticking, she opted for the donor insemination as the root of motherhood.
  I don't think anyone got about it deliberately because they don't want a man around, and a lot of women are hoping that nice men will turn up now the children are there. But the pressure is, you know,  of trying to find the men in the time you have got, and it was becoming a mom.
  A growing number of women are choosing a similar path. In 2007, 259 single women had IVF treatment. By 2012, the number had more than doubled to 632. And donor insemination for women without a partner also increased from 350 to 468 over the same period.
  It became easier for single women to pursue motherhood with the introduction of the 2008 human fertilization and embryology. What that did  was  remove the reference to the need for a father when going for fertility treatments instead of replacing it with the requirement provides supportive parenting .
And before it gets to the stage of laboratories, plenty of checks should be carried out.
  It's not taken very likely by the women or by the clinic, and there are very responsible rules. We make sure that there is support from  family and friends and most of the time, there is. And we also offer them counsel link before they have treatment.
  There are nearly 2 million single parents in the UK, and the vast majority have been through  a separation. But critics say that's different, the opting to go it alone from the outset.
  I am quite horrified. I think it very offensive and undesirable to reduce the role of a fatherhood to a donation from an anonymous sperm donor. There is much more to fatherhood than that.
  It's an idea that we will never sit comfortably for those who disagree, but having a baby is  a woman's right, but for Lisa and others like her, only by becoming a mother could life be made complete.
[Homework]2014-05-03 单身女性人工授精生育不断上升

L and B have the same father but he is not part of their lives. That might not be so unusual, but what is is the way mum Lisa Lee got pregnant. With no husband or partner and time-taking, she opted for donor insemination as the root to motherhood.
...Everyone goes about it deliberately because they don't want a man around.And a lot of women are hoping that their nice men would turn up, now the children are there. But the pressure is off, you know, trying to find that person in the time that you've got and then becoming a mum.
A growing number of women are certainly choosing a similar path. In 2007, 259 single women have IVF treatment. By 2012, the number has more than doubled to 632 and donor insemination for women without a partner also increased from 330 to 468 over the same period.
It became easier for single women to pursue motherhood with the introduction of the 2008 human fertilization and embryology act. What that did was remove reference to the need for a father when going for fertility treatments, instead replacing it with requirements revise supportive parenting.
And before it gets to the stage of laboratories, plenty of checks should be carried out. It's not taking very likely by the woman or by the clinic. There are responsible rules. We make sure that there is support from family and friends and most of the time there is. And also we offer them counseling before we have treatment.
There are nearly 2 million single parents in the UK and the vast majority have been through a separation. But critics say that is different from opting to go it alone from the outset.
I'm quite horrified. I think it's very offensive and undesirable to reduce the role of fatherhood to reduce the role of fatherhood to a donation for an anonymous sperm donor. There is much to fatherhood than that.
It's an idea that we will never sit comfortably for those who disagree. But having a baby is a woman's right. But for Lisa and others like her, only by becoming a mother could life be made complete.
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Lenny and BB have the same father, but he's not part of their lives. That might not be so unusual, but what is is the way mom Lisa Mead got pregnant. With no husband or partner and time ticking, she opted for donor insemination as the route to motherhood.

"Other than anyone who g to b deliberately because they don't want a man around, and a lot women are hoping that nice men will turn up now that children are there, but the pressure is off, you know, time to find the person in the time you have got, it was become a mom.

A growing number of women are certainly choosing a similar path.  In 2007, 259 single women had the IVF treatment. By 2012, the number had more than doubled to 632. And donor insemination for women without a partner also increased from 330 to 468 over the same period.

It became easier for single women to pursue motherhood with the introduction the 2008 human fertilization and biology act. What that did was remove the reference to the need for a father when going for fertility treatments, instead replacing it with a requirement revive supportive parenting.

And before it gets to the stage of laboratories, plenty of checks should be carried out. It's not taken very likely by the woman or by the clinic, and there are very responsible rules we make sure that there is support from family and friends in most of time for their release and also we offer them consoling before we have treatment.

There are nearly 2 million single parents in the UK and the vast majority have been through a separation.

But critics say that's different, than opting to go alone from the outset."I am quite horrified, I think it's very offensive and diserable to reduce the role of fatherhood to a donation from an anonymous sperm donor and there is much more to fatherhood than that."

It's an idea that we'll never see comfortably for those who disagree that having a baby as a woman's right. But for Lisa, and others like her, only by becoming a mother could life be made complete.

A, sky News, South London
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[Homework]2014-05-03 单身女性人工授精生育不断上升

N  and B have the same father, but its not part of their lives, that might not so unusual, but that is the way mother Nisi May got pregrant. With no husband or partner and time taking , she opted for donor insemitation as the route of motherhood.
Anyone going about it deliberately, because they dont need a man around, and a lot of woman hoping that nice man will turn up now the children are there. But pressure is off, you know, you trying to find a person in a time youve got became a Mum.
A growing number of woman certainly choosing a similar path. In 2007,259 single women had IVF treatment. By 2012, the number had more than doubled to 632. The donor insemination for women without partner also increased from 330 to 468 over the same period.It became easier for single women to pursue motherhood with introduction of 2008 human fertilization and embryology act. What that did was remove reference to the need for father when going for fertility treatment, in stead replacing it with requirement of revised supportive parenting.
   Before it gets the stage of labortaries, plenty cheaks should be carried out. It is not taken very likely by the woman or the clinic. There are very responsible rules, we make sure that , there is support from family and friends and most of the time there is, and we also offer them consulting before they have treatment.
     There are 2 millions single parent in UK and mass majority have been through seperation. But crticis say that’s different opting to go it alone from outset. “I am quite horrified, I think it’s very offensive and undesirable to reduce the role of fatherhood to donation from unanimous sperm donor…”.Its an idea that we wont sit comfortably for those disagree, but having a baby is a womans right . But for Llisy and others like her, by becoming a mother could life be made complete.



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[Homework]2014-05-03 单身女性人工授精生育不断上升

Lennie and Bibi have the same father, but he's not part of their lives. That might not be so unusual, but what is is the way mum Lisa Mead got pregnant. With no husband or partner and time ticking, she opted for donor insemination as the route to motherhood.-I don't think anyone ...gone about it delibrately because they don't want a man around, and a lot of women are hoping that there a nice man would turn up and now the children are there, but the pressure is off, you know, trying to find that person in the time you've got and also become a mum.
A growing number of women are certainly choosing a similar path. In 2007, 259 single women had IVF treatment. By 2012, the number had more than doubled to 632. And donor insemination for women without a partner also increased from 330 to 468 over the same period.
-It became easier for single women to pursue motherhood with intriduction of the 2008 Human Fertilization and Embryology Act. What that did was remove reference to the need for a father when going for fertility treatment, instead replacing it with the requirements revise supportive parenting.
And before it gets to the stage of laboratories, plenty of checks should be carried out.
-It's not taken very likely by the woman or by the clinic, and there are very responsible rules. We make sure that there is support from family and friends and most of the time there is. And also we offer them counseling before they have treatment.
There are nearly two million single parents in the U.K., and vast majority have been through a separation. But critics say that's different. They're not opting to go it alone from the outset.
-I am quite horrified. I think it's very offensive and undesirable to reduce the role of fatherhood to a donation from an anonymous sperm donor. There's much more to fatherhood than that.
It's an idea that will never sit comfortably for those who disagree. But having a baby is a woman's right. But for Lisa and others like her, only by becoming a mother could life be made complete.
Emma B*, Sky News, South London.

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Lennie and Bebe have the same father, but he’s not part of their lives. That might not be so unusual. But what is, is the way mum Lisa Mead got pregnant. With no husband or partner and time ticking, she opted for donor insemination as the route to motherhood.

"I don't think anybody has gone about it deliberately because they don't want a man around and a lot of women are hoping that a nice man will turn up now the children are there, but the pressure is off, you know, to try to find that person in the time that you’ve got in order to become a mum."

A growing number of women are certainly choosing a similar path. In 2007, 259 single women had IVF treatment. By 2012, the number had more than doubled to 632. And donor insemination for women without a partner also increased from 340 to 468 over the same period.

“It became easy for single women to pursue motherhood with the introduction of the 2008 Human Fertilization and Embryology Act. What that did was remove reference to the ‘need for a father’ when going for fertility treatments, instead replacing it with the requirements to provide ‘supportive parenting’".

And before it gets to the stage of laboratories, plenty of checks should be carried out.

"It's not taken very lightly by the woman or by the clinic. There are very responsible rules. We make sure that there is support from family and friends, and most of the time, there is, and we offer them counseling before they have treatment."

There are nearly two million single parents in the U.K. And the vast majority have been through a separation. But critics say that’s different than opting to go it alone from the outset.

“I am quite horrified. I think it’s very offensive and undesirable to reduce the role of fatherhood to a donation from an anonymous sperm donor. There’s much more to fatherhood than that.”

It’s an idea that will never sit comfortably for those who disagree that having a baby is a woman’s right. But for Lisa and others like her, only by becoming a mother could life be made complete.

Emma Birchley, Sky News, South London.

[Homework]2014-05-03 单身女性人工授精生育不断上升

L and B have the same father, but it not part of their lifes, that might not be so unusual, but what is the way Mom Lisa Lee got pregnants. With no husband or partner and time-taking, she opted for donor insemination as the root to motherhood.

I do not .. anyone going about it deliberately because they don't want a man around, and a lot of women are hoping that a nice man will turn up now the children are there, but the pressure is off, you know, time to find the person in the time you've got, it was became a mom.

A growing number of women are certainly chosing a similiar path, in 2007 259 single wowen had IVF treatments, but 2012 the number had more than double to 632, and donor insemination for women without partner also increase from 330 to 468 in the same period.

It became easier for single women to pursure motherhood with intruduction of the 2008 human fertilization and biology acts. What that did was remove reference to the need for a father when going for fertility treatments, instead replacing it with requirements revive surportive parenting.

And before it gets the stage of laboratories, plenty of checks should be carried out.

It's not taken very likely by the women or by the clinic, and there are very responsible rules. We make sure that there is surport from families and friends and most of time there is, and we also offer them counseling before they have treatment.

There are nearly 2 million single parents in the UK, and the vast majority have been through a seperation, but critics say that's different from opting to go it alone from the outside.

I am quite horrified, I think it's very offensive and undesirable to reduce the role of fatherhood to a donation from anonymous sperm donor, there's much more fatherhood than that.

It's an idea that we'll never sit comfortably for those who disagree, but having a baby is woman's right. But for Lisa and others like her, only by becoming a mother could life be made complete.








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