Join us next Tuesday in the Facebook DIVA Community to hear all about the fantastic mission of The LGBT Mummies Tribe
BY DIVA STAFF
Following the success of The Riley Interviews during lockdown number one, DIVA has now launched The DIVA Interviews – a space for weekly exclusive chats with some our lovely friends and supporters.
Next up in the series, on Tuesday 2 February, our interviewer Saski will be joined by the founder of The LGBT Mummies Tribe, Laura-Rose Thorogood.
Laura-Rose is a married lesbian mother of two (pregnant third on the way!) by IUI & IVF. She is a LGBTQI Family Activist, Fertility Advocate and Campaigner for Policy Change across the NHS and healthcare for LGBTQI families, and is working with the NHS and other organisations to improve support and visibility of LGBTQI families and the path to parenthood.
The sole purpose of the LGBT Mummies Tribe is to “educate, share and celebrate” LGBTQI women and people worldwide on the path to motherhood or parenthood. They act as a central point of support and a safe haven through providing information, guidance and knowledge on the available routes to starting a family through their website and social channels.
Join us in the Facebook DIVA Community every Tuesday at 8pm for LGBTQI life chats and the chance to fire your questions at our iconic interviewees. Grab a cup of tea and settle in for exciting chats and plenty of laughs.
Launched as a way of bringing the lez/bi community closer together with everything that’s happening in the world right now, the Facebook-based, digital hangout DIVA Community has grown to a membership of over 9,000 women, non-binary people and allies, hailing from all around the globe. Pretty impressive, eh? So we thought it’s time to give back to you wonderful lot.
What are you waiting for? Join our DIVA Community here for access to this exclusive interview with LGBT Mummies Tribe 2 February at 8pm.
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