Let’s make a baby… on Facebook!

Join us for a special Facebook Live Q&A with experts from CARE Fertility.



Thinking of starting a family but don’t know your IUI from your elbow? Then join DIVA and CARE Fertility for a special Facebook Live Q&A where you can get answers to everything you ever wanted to know about making babies but were too afraid to ask.


This Sunday (9 July 2017), DIVA editor Carrie Lyell will put your questions to CARE’s Kathryn Bryant and Rob Smith live at CARE’s stall at Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens at Pride in the Park.


Having problems conceiving? Want to explore shared motherhood? Or simply want to talk through your fertility options? This is your chance!


Carrie told us: "We get so many tweets, letters and emails from readers who want to start a family, so we know fertility is an important issue for lesbians and bi women.


"However, information is not always readily available or LGBT inclusive, so it's so important to have a clinic like CARE who believe that family is for everyone and put that into practice. I can't wait to put your questions to Kathryn and Rob – and I'm looking forward to throwing some of my own in there too!"


So what do you want to know? Tweet us your questions using the hashtag #ProudFamilies, and tune into our Facebook page at 2pm to watch.


See you then!


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