Supporting the reproductive and psychosocial needs of people with variations in sex characteristics: Reprofutures final project report, 2022

Reprofutures is a co-created research project which took place from 2019-2022. Our objective was to understand what kinds of support that adults with VSCs would like to receive with issues relating to reproduction, fertility, relationships, intimacy, and parenting (biological and non-biological). This report shares the findings from qualitative workshops, written activities, and consultation sessions with 28 people with VSCs across the UK. We also provide recommendations and directions for future research.

Front cover of the Reprofutures final project report. An image of lots of different people in an open space. Some are speaking to each other, helping each other, embracing.
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The report can be viewed and downloaded as a pdf (here) or as an interactive flipbook (here). If you require a version in a different accessible format, please get in touch.

Report by Dr Charlotte Jones (Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health, University of Exeter), Anis Akhtar, Paul Dutton, Sara Gillingham, Rachel Purtell, Magda Rakita, Tabitha Taya, Kaz Williams and Alex Woodward. Design and illustration by Elly Jahnz.