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Her research examines the impact of new family forms on parenting and child development, specifically lesbian mother families, gay father families, single mothers by choice and families created by assisted reproductive technologies including in vitro fertilisation (IVF), donor insemination, egg donation and surrogacy. Her research has not only challenged commonly held assumptions about these families but also has contested widely held theories of child development by demonstrating that structural aspects of the family, such as the number, gender, sexual orientation, and genetic relatedness of parents, is less important for children’s psychological wellbeing than the quality of family relationships.

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Bakermans-Kranenburg (Eds.) Current Opinion in Psychology, 15, 76-80. Golombok, S., Blake, L., Slutsky, J., Raffanello, E., Roman, G., & Ehrhardt, A. Parenting and the adjustment of children born to gay fathers through surrogacy. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 58(3), 315-324.

Ilioi, E., Blake, L., Jadva, V., Roman, G., & Golombok, S. The role of age of disclosure of biological origins in the psychological wellbeing of adolescents conceived by reproductive donation: A longitudinal study from age 1 to age 14. Human Fertility, Blake, L., Carone, N., Slutsky, J., Raffanello, E., Ehrhardt, A., & Golombok, S. Gay fathers through surrogacy: Relationships with surrogates and egg donors and parental disclosure of children’s origins.

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Please add a one-time donation to help fund our most urgent campaigns to fight discrimination and expand LGBTQ rights. Disclosure of sperm donation: A comparison between solo mother and two-parent families with identity-release donors. Graham, S., Jadva, V., Freeman, T., Ahuja, K., & Golombok, S. Being an identity-release donor: a qualitative study exploring the motivations, experiences and future expectations of current UK egg donors. L., Golombok, S., Hohwu, L., Obel, C., Hendriksen, T. Children and Society, DOI:10.1111/chso.12181 Bay, B., Mortensen, E. Blake, L., Carone, N., Raffanello, E., Slutsky, J., Ehrhardt, A., & Golombok, S. Gay fathers’ motivations for and feelings about surrogacy as a path to parenthood. Children’s thoughts and feelings about their donor and security of attachment to their solo mothers in middle childhood. I’m just enjoying life so much at the moment that I don’t get here as often as I used to.