Childbirth education that doesn’t assume you’re cis and hetero.
LGBTQ+ Pregnancy Drop-In Group
Open to all queer and trans expectant parents. Second Saturday of the month, 1-2pm EST/10-11am PST from June 12, 2021 to July 10, 2021 to August 14, 2021!
LGBTQ+ New Parents Drop-In Group
Open to all queer and trans folks with babies under 18 months. Last Tuesday of the month, 1-2pm EST/10-11am PST
Connection with other queer & trans birth workers
Join our video interview resource directory for LGBTQ+ perinatal support workers.
Reproductive Futurism Gathering
Katie & Emma be shared about LGBTQ Birth in Oct 2020 at the Doula Chronicles’ event.
Offerings from LGBTQ+ Birth Workers We Love
Monthly Queer/Trans TTC Group
Join Khye from Kuluntu Reproductive Justice Center for support on your queer conception journey!
Birth Q&A with queer doula Beth Hardy
Next Date: July 17, 2021
Trans & Gestating Support Group
Monthly, first Sundays – FREE
Ashley from Peachy Births offers lactation support, childbirth education, cloth diaper consultations and has personal experience inducing lactation to a full supply as a non-birth parent!
All Genders Birth Class
1:1 sessions and small group classes available in Fall 2021 with Moss Froom.
Weekly TTC, expectant and new parent drop-in support
Join JB from Love Over Fear Wellness, Fridays at 11am CST
Beth Hardy’s One Day Queer CBE Class
Next Date: August 28th 2021
Preparing for birth in community.
Through many years of supporting queer, lesbian, gender-nonconforming, non-binary, partnered, single, non-monogamous, and other beautifully unconventional parents in birth, we’ve continuously been asked about where to find childbirth preparation and community that doesn’t make false assumptions about gender, sexuality, relationship configuration or conception histories.
This resource comes from a hope to connect LGBTQ+ expecting parents and their loved ones in community. Preparing for birth in community workshops is an beautiful way to navigate the system of healthcare, learn to advocate for your family’s individual needs and find some necessary camaraderie through your family building process.
Queer birth workers need to do this work in community just as much as expecting and new parents do. Stay tuned as we highlight queer and trans folks who do pregnancy support of all types. Let’s get to know each other a little better.