Fertility preservation for young trans and non-binary people is a recent practice that has been little documented internationally. The use of this assisted reproduction technique brings up both family and ethical issues. Family pressures can influence young trans people’s ability to consent to this technique given that, at their age, they may not necessarily be aspiring to start families. This research project aims to gather the perspectives of young trans and non-binary people along with those of their parents, and to place them in dialogue in the aim of building overall understanding rooted in their experiences to better support the families concerned.
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