Tasha and her husband, Cody, have been together for over 15 years.
Tasha, 29, said they had been expecting a baby for the first time in 2018, but it was still a surprise.
“I had my first baby in 2017, but then I was told it was a girl,” she said.
“The ultrasound said it was not a girl and I got told to go to the OB-GYN.”
Tasha said she has never had an abortion.
“There are so many different options, and they’re all so hard to find,” she added.
“They can take a week or so and then it’s back to the clinic.”
Tasha and Cody have been expecting for over 20 years. “
We’re so happy to be pregnant, but we’re still not free.”
Tasha and Cody have been expecting for over 20 years.
“It’s crazy, because we’re all still married,” she told The Straits Times.
“But we’ve all had to change our minds at some point.
We’re both still young.”
Tessi and her boyfriend, Jordan, were also expecting for the birth of their first child when they were informed that they had a girl.
“Our OB-gyn told us we were in the third trimester and there was nothing else to do,” Tessi said.
They went into labour in October, and Tessi has been on her period for three months.
Tess, who is from Melbourne, said that when they got their daughter, they thought it was just another big baby.
“My mum and I were thinking ‘What the hell are we doing here?'”
Tess has always been open about her sexual orientation.
Tasha is now the face of the organisation and says she is honoured to be the face and voice of the organization. “
When we were growing up, we didn’t even have a word for it.”
Tasha is now the face of the organisation and says she is honoured to be the face and voice of the organization.
“In the past few months, we’ve been able to expand our network, and we’ve also seen a lot of really positive changes for the LGBT community,” she explained.
“People feel like we’re not doing enough for them.”
Tressi is now working as a part-time massage therapist in Melbourne, and said she wants to keep the organisation going and continue working for other lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.
“For me, the main thing is just helping people,” she remarked.
“I want people to be able to talk about their sexuality without fear of judgement or stigma.”