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This article argues that the paradoxical, domain-crossing qualities of the assisted reproductive technologies have made them exceptionally productive in the “new kinship studies” in a number of different ways. First, the assisted reproductive technologies have collapsed the...
This article addresses the legal regime that affects donor-conceived family communities. It shows how these new relationships both reinforce and complicate the social, cultural, and economic meanings of family, where the law fits into all of these relationships, and why—based on the strong...
This article investigates the relationship between grandparents and lesbian daughters in the context of childbirth, looking specifically at the role that pregnancy plays in shaping kinship affinities. Gender, sex, and heterosexuality are fundamental to Euro-American kinship discourse and...
This article examines queer intimacies produced by and within a growing industry in assisting human reproduction. Queer users of fertility biomedicine such as gay men, gender queer, and transgender people are constituted within expanded biomedical fertility services in ways similar to their...
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