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Thursday, May 13, 2010

Books about children of donor insemination and donors

I'm doing research on artificial insemination for a graduate paper I am working on and noticed its hard to find good scholarly literature about the social and psychological implications of being a "donor offspring." Oh-- as an aside here, can we PLEASE think of a better name than"donor offspring"? I feel like a science experiment or character in a sci-fi film when I use that term.

Anyways here are few books I looked up on Amazon that are pretty good. I used Amazon Associates to post them but I did not write them nor am I associated with the purchase.

Experiences of Donor Conception: Parents, Offspring, and Donors Through the Year

1 comment:

  1. Try these two books - both can be found on Amazon:

    Voices of Donor Conception
    Behind Closed Doors: Moving Beyond Secrecy and Shame
    Edited by Mikki Morrissette

    Who am I? experiences of donor conception
    Foreward and Afterward by Dr. Alexina McWhinnie


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