IVF Babble, which provides information, support and advice for anyone struggling with fertility or undergoing treatment, has teamed up with TwoDads UK to provide a source of help, advice, comfort and access to experts.
The collaboration has been forged during Pride Month and looks to create something for the LGBTQ+ community who face unique challenges in trying to conceive and have a family.
IVF Babble was formed by Sara Marshall-Page and Tracey Bambrough almost three years ago and has grown with worldwide subscribers.
Tracey Bambrough said: “While we already have a space on IVFbabble.com for the LGBTQ community, we knew we needed to do more.”
Sara Marshall-Page said: “This new collaboration not only launches a new era of IVF Babble, but it’s the beginning of an exciting chapter with our friends at TwoDads UK – something we’re all very excited about.”
Michael Johnson-Ellis, co-founder of TwoDads UK, added: “Myself and Wes really hit it off with Sara and Tracey from the moment we met. We knew we’d be on a journey doing something pretty special and exciting in terms of equality and education, our passion to support and help people is so in sync.”
IVF Babble LGBT and TwoDads UK will be working to create IVF Babble’s LGBTQ content to bring fresh ideas, new themes and relevant information on not only surrogacy and IVF topics, but family building for the LGBTQ community, with some incredible writers, bloggers and the odd familiar face too.
TwoDads UK has been campaigning for change for surrogacy laws in the UK and for equality, in terms of NHS policy when it comes to birthing preparations for surrogates and Intended parents.
The company said that over the past three years it has helped and guided hundreds of Intended parents to achieve their dreams of creating a family – through its blog and social channels (@TwoDads.U.K) – “leading the way for LGBTQ parenting in the UK by being positive role models”.
It also founded The Modern Family Show, which launches on the 19th September, the only UK LGBTQ family building show taking place in London.
IVF Babble provides help, support and inspiration on all aspects of trying to conceive for all people who want to have a baby.
More information on the new partnership can be found at www.ivfbabble.com.