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Kate Luxion, MFA MPH LCCE FHEA is a non-binary/genderqueer postgraduate researcher studying at University College London with a focus on LGBTQ+ reproductive health and parenting. Their PhD project focuses on assessing the roles of resilience and vulnerability in birth outcomes. Luxion also serves as Executive Director of the Journal of Reproductive Justice, a non-profit organization whose aim is providing inclusive resources and education for LGBTQ+ individuals and the providers who serve them. When not researching or writing, they work teaching undergraduate coursework and can also be found working on art with their partner and kiddo.
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My research focuses on LGBTQIA+ reproduction and family-making and reproductive justice.

My PhD project: Legacies and Futures Study
Family-making and reproduction is made up of diverse constellations, including lesbian, gay,bisexual, queer, and/or transgender (LGBTQ+) parent-led homes. This project aims to gain a betterunderstanding of resilience and vulnerability, as multi-level constructs, in pregnancy and birthoutcomes. Data will be collected through a pair of online surveys, an at-home journal activity, andmedical records as a means of assessing stressors and potential differences across LGBTQ+ andcisgender, heterosexual pregnancies

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