Why the CPA Matters: Families Share Their Stories
Ashley and Adriana
Ashley and her fiance, Adriana always knew that they wanted to be parents, but the process has been far from easy.
Stephanie and Denise
The couple discuss their two children and the inequality of Connecticut’s present-day laws.
Juliana and Alicia
With a third child on the way, Juliana and Alicia discuss how laws can make a family feel more secure and comfortable.
Katie and Michelle
Katie and Michelle talk about how passing the CPA would ease the worries of many parents in Connecticut.
Ariel and Julian
Ariel and Julian hope that every child has access to the same security and protections that their son had.
Emily and Rachel
From early in their relationship, Emily Pagano and Rachel Prehodka-Spindel knew that they each wanted children. Now they have an active two-year-old named Dylan and twins on the way.
Malina reflects on being one of the first children born through assisted reproduction to two gay men and how the current law impacts her family.