Print this page Close window. Abstract: Investigation of the needs of same-sex mothers practicing lactation is limited in the nursing literature. The heteronormative structure of the healthcare system has stigmatized these postpartum women and minimized the level of nursing care provided. Case reports demonstrate that same-sex mothers value inclusivity and understanding of their healthcare needs that is missing in healthcare settings. Perinatal nurses must listen attentively and think critically about their words and actions to avoid inappropriate judgments when providing care to this population.
How I Induced Lactation and our Tentative Co-Nursing Plan | Lesbian Mommies
Lesbian mommies, Jillian and Tara, give an update on how co-nursing in real life is going 1 month in with their son, Auggie. Topics include power pumping, cracked nipples, Jillian going back to work, the challenges and rewards. Howdy mamas! Jillian here — sharing an update on how co-nursing is going for us 1 month in. When you have a newborn time really does fly! I just read back through our first week post and It seems like a distant memory. Getting through 1 whole week of co-nursing felt like a huge achievement!
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When Melissa was pregnant with our baby, she proposed the idea of co-nursing. I was both surprised and excited. About three months before baby Grace was born, I began taking birth control for the first time in my life.