Most donor conceived people can’t access information about their biological family members and genetic identity through official channels. However, in a sense you DO have records; they are stored in your DNA.
Articles & Selected Resources
Barry Stevens is a a Toronto-based writer and filmmaker whose documentary films Offspring and Bio-Dad tell the story of his search for his biological father.
This piece from Haley Robertson, a magazine journalism student at Syracuse University, highlights personal reflections from the donor-conceived community about identity and discovering family through DNA testing.
History was made on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 when an international group of donor-conceived and surrogacy-born people shared details of their lived experience at the United Nations.
Deciding to use a sperm donor is not always an easy choice, but for Heather it was further complicated by the fact she was also conceived using sperm from a stranger. Read the full story on ABC News Australia.