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Kirk Stange talks about the recent Kansas case where a sperm donor is ordered to pay child support. This is based on article on www.stangelawfirm.com titled: Kansas Court Ruling: Sperm donor ordered to pay child support.
With offices in St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson County, Franklin County in Missouri and St. Clair County and Madison County in Illinois, you can contact Stange Law Firm and their St. Louis Family Law Attorneys online or at 314-963-4700.
Former sprem donor "Ben" has been selling his sperm for most of his time in law school. He says he was paid up to $900 per month. He is now engaged to be married and is trying to meet the 70 plus children he has convieved. Could you marry a man that use to be a sperm donor, especially if he wanted to meet all of his children? If you were a child convieved this way would you want to meet a man that didnt concieve you out of love but because he wanted to make easy money?
The Featured show is Katherine van Wormer presents: "Sperm Donor Families and Surrogate Mother Families"
The Squire Bin Forever shares the early years of his 394 year old life in "A Moment of My Time."
Dr. D. presents information about those rascal feelings and values in "Families are Forever."
E. Plurisis Plenty presents a commerical message for America's favor retailer: "More"
Music by Tommy Edwards and the Southern All America band.
As lesbians, the way we conceive, typically, is through donor conception, and donor conception is whole new paradigm for most of us. There are many intricacies, details and lots of new information to learn. How do sperm banks work? How selective are they with the guys that may be the future biological father of your child? What kind of background study do they do on these guys? How extensively do they test for disease or genetic conditions? How many biological siblings might your child have out in the world? How do they handle future contact with the donor? How do you talk to your child about donor conception? What are the chances your child is going to want to contact their donor? Alice Ruby, executive director The Sperm Bank of California (TSBC) is on the show to answer these questions and more. TSBC was the first sperm bank in the country to serve lesbians and other unmarried women. As the only non-profit sperm bank in the country, TSBC does immense amounts of research the outcomes and implications of donor conception for parents, donor-conceived individuals, and donors. TSBC offers tons of resources on their site for lesbian parents looking to conceive. Find out why TSBC may be a great option for your choice in sperm banks.
Find out more about The Sperm Bank of California at https://www.thespermbankofca.org/.
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This show takes a look at how some of the people we live with in society are as lazy as lazy can get. The type of person who could fall into a fireplace and be too lazy to get out. What causes that? Why do people think that they're entitled to sucking up oxygen and that's it?
Are the parents at fault? (Short answer: yes)
What role does society play?
How do we fix it?
Tune in to the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
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Scheduled for 90 mins.
Show No. 446
How do you go from the great idea to a published book. Do you search for an agent and publisher, or follow the growing trend of self publishing? Darrah Whitaker is the author of the upcoming book "My Life as a Sperm," and is also the conference coordinator for the Las Vegas Writers Conference. He will share his journey from concept to completion.
Born and raised in Edinburg, Texas, Kimbley Callis was the first African American to graduate from Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas with a music degree with an emphasis in Vocal Performance. She toured the U.S. as one of the lead soloists with the University Chorale, and has performed in churches and stages all across Texas, especially locally. She is an accomplished musician who can sing in six languages, is a songwriter, and plays basic piano.
She enjoys her ministry of helping others, mentoring At-Risk youths and loving and assisting the elderly. She truly believes in giving as exemplified when she was blessed to be a kidney donor to her uncle in at a young age.
Kimbley is a Vocal Trainer, a Choral Clinician, professional educator, and served four years as Vocal Director for the Theatre Youth Camp at the Carver Cultural Center in San Antonio, Texas. Her unique vocal styling has earned her the opportunities to perform the national anthem at home games for both the NBA Spurs and San Antonio Rampage.
In 2007 Kimbley’s fifth-grade class won a NBA song-writing competition that featured the song in a NBA commercial.
She is a member at “The Exciting West End Baptist Church,” where Rev. Dr. Michael A. Jolla is the Pastor, and she serves as Choir Director for the Youth & Adult Choirs.
She loves the Lord and realizes she can do and be nothing without Him.
In this show you’ll learn:
How saliva tests work
What steroid hormones are and how they work
How steroid hormone imbalance can be corrected more accurately and quickly with testing
Background and Guest Information:
Many of us suffer from conditions such as chronic stress, adrenal fatigue, and anxiety, but a blood test might not give us an indication of what is going on.
Join Dr. Ritamarie and Bridgit Danner as they discuss what saliva testing is, how reliable it is, and if it is something you should use to assess what is going on within your body.
Bridgit Danner has a Masters in Oriental Medicine from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine, and was the recipient of the Zeng Scholarship. Bridgit is the owner, health coach, and acupuncturist at Joyful Mammas/Bridgit Danner, LAc, in Portland Oregon. Bridgit is also the host of Women’s Wellness Radio and Sperm Meets Egg Online Radio, both through BlogTalkRadio.
Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that plants and herbs play on your hormones and digestive health, as well as strategies to include in your daily routines to achieve more vitality.
Low T, you've heard about it. Probably seen commercials for treatment, even at the gym! Low T is a lack of testosterone and can cause problems not just in your sex life but daily life as well.
Maintain reproductive tissues
Stimulate sperm production
Stimulate and maintain sexual function
Increase muscle mass and strength
Maintain bone strength
You've probably heard about treatments for Low T as well, such as testerone replacement therapy, including: Gels, Patches, Injections, Tablets and Pellets.
Testosterone therapy can raise a man's risk for blood clots and stroke. Uncommon side effects include sleep apnea, acne, and breast enlargement. All such side effects go away if treatment is stopped.
Heart attack law suits are running rampant in regards to this treatment. Why risk these side effects when you can fix it naturally. I did and I will teach you how on the next WellFit Radio Chicago!
Okay, so if you're dating a guy for a while and they are aware that you're not using a form of birth control ,how is he not responsible for making a woman pregnant? So many people say women "trap" men into getting them pregnant as if men can't control where their sperm travels to or they don't understand how women end up in that position.
The way I look at it, if a man knows a woman is not on bc and doesnt take any precautions he is choosing to take the risk of becoming a parent. Yet some people think the woman does it on "purpose".
Before my pregnancy I was thinking about birth control and which one I should choose with the least side effects/complications.But now, here I am!
Finding himself faced with his partner's unplanned pregnancy, today's man may well be confronted for the first time with a situation in which his opinions and beliefs carry less weight than those of his female partner. In absence of a critical day-to-day assessment of their gender-based privilege and power, privileged men rarely find themselves pushed to recognize the negative effects of their power on the lives of others. So when men create an anti-abortion movement that turns a woman's decision to have an abortion into a story of male victimization and loss of fatherhood, their reaction is understandable — and even predictable.
But the men who claim that they have been victimized by abortion were not powerless to prevent their circumstances. When a couple uses contraception, they make an implicit agreement that they are not ready to be pregnant. For a man to not be ready to face these decisions, have unprotected sex, and then be upset with his partner for having obtained an abortion and deprived him of his reproductive rights is totally contradictory.