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Broverman, A. (2020, January 14). The surprising truth about having a baby when you’re disabled. LocalLove.ca

Collie, M. (2019, September 22). Canada’s health-care system isn’t designed for parents with disabilities: experts. Global News.

“The needs of a parent with a disability will vary depending on the kind of disability they have, but one thing is clear to Tarasoff: most maternity care settings ‘aren’t really set up for women with disabilities in mind.'”

MacDonald, K., & Amuthan, R. (2019, August 13). The Disability and Pregnancy Study. Kelly and Company. Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) [Radio interview]

Ore, J. (2019, April 1). Why parents with disabilities often become advocates for themselves – and their kids. CBC Radio.

Sharpe, B. (2019, March 27). How Canadian Midwives Are Making Birth Better For LGBTQ+ Parents. HuffPost Canada.

Druhan, C. (2018, September 1). Biphobia In Our Own Backyard. IN Magazine.

“In one study, Tarasoff and other researchers found that some bi+ participants said the negative experiences they face are so prevalent that they felt an absence of those experiences was a positive thing. But the simple absence of negativity does not create a feeling of inclusion. Removing that ‘no bisexuals’ note on your dating profile does not win you an award for allyship. Letting go of hurtful stereotypes in exchange for more meaningful connection with bi+ people as individuals is a better way forward. For example: don’t think you know someone’s orientation just because of who they are currently partnered with.” 

Anderson, K. (2017, August 25). Yes, people like me can have babies: What it’s like to give birth as a woman with a physical disability. Today’s Parent. [reprinted in Chatelaine]

Nelson, J. (2015 February 8). Egg-freezing? Put flex time, daycare first. The Globe and Mail.

“There’s more work to be done. In a piece published last fall in the Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, researchers point out that the conversation about egg freezing fails to account for sexual diversity and socioeconomic status. The fact is, they say, the prime users of this technology are wealthier, white, married women. Even if it were completely safe and effective, egg freezing wouldn’t fix the social issues that curb access to reproductive options.” 

Gates Cambridge News. (2014, October 22). Scholars debunk idea that social egg freezing is empowering. Gates Cambridge News.

Peesker, S. (2014, January 18). Invisible no more. Daily Xtra.

CBC News. (2013, August 6). Postpartum depression more common in urban areas. CBC News.

Teotonio, I. (2013, August 6). Women in cities at higher risk of postpartum depression. Toronto Star.

Ubelacker, S. (2013, August 6). New moms living in large cities most at risk for postpartum depression. The Globe and Mail.

Castillo, M. (2013, August 6). Mothers in urban areas may be more prone to postpartum depression. CBS News.