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Rose and Rosie's baby is due in June, Emma McHarrie PR. Queer YouTubers Rose and Rosie have revealed the struggles — and benefits — of starting a family during a global pandemic.
Rose, who is a lesbianand Rosie, who is bisexualhave been married sinceand had started discussing children between andthey told PinkNews. Following their experience of pregnancy loss and with the pandemic now in full swing, Rose and Rosie could have been nervous to try again. The couple are now set to become first-time parents next month, and the pandemic has made their pregnancy journey even more of a rollercoaster, especially because of restrictions placed on hospital appointments.
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View this post on Instagram A post shared by Roxetera roxetera. For Rose and Rosie, the pandemic has put up obstacles on their journey to to starting a family, as it has done for many queer parents.
That was so good because I was so ill. When the baby arrives, coronavirus will also give a bit more peace and quiet to settle into life as new parents.
Queer youtubers rose and rosie on the ‘extreme’ challenges of starting a family during the pandemic
The queer YouTube stars launched their podcast — Rose and Rosie: Parental Guidance — at the very start of their journey to parenthood. They have been using their experiences, both good and bad, to help others, after realising how little information was accessible to them when they began planning their family.
When they began to research fertility clinics and enquired about intrauterine insemination IUIotherwise known as artificial insemination, they faced questions on how they knew they needed it. And then on top of that you have the pandemic, clinics are closing, sperm is scarce.
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