ITOCT: The Things We've Learned About Making an LGBTQ Family

“This is more than a book, it is an experience and a journey that takes us to places we may never have thought of. It is filled with the emotions of laughter and joy and it celebrates the concept of family both humorously and seriously.” – Amos Lassen Reviews

“The book is written in an accessible, down-to-earth style and arranged in a way that allows readers to skip around and create their own baby adventure book.  Practical, relevant, and often humorous, this book is an absolute must-read for anyone interested in creating a non-traditional family.  And if you already have such a family, this book will reassure you that you are not alone.” – Ambush Magazine


“If you want to be inspired by other LGBTQ families who have been have through some of the same decision-making processes; if you want to feel like you’re in a fun group discussion with other LGBTQ parents and their children that makes the whole experience less daunting; or if you want a book to share with non-LGBTQ relatives, friends, and neighbors about our families, then this is the book for you. Let’s hope these ovaries keep talking.”Mombian

“If These Ovaries Could Talk” is now a hilarious and insightful new book!”QueerForty

“One of the greatest features of this book is the Foreword section where you learn that this book is a Library of Congress level resource.” Out In Jersey

ITOCT: Audio Interviews

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Interview If My Ovaries Could Talk
00:00 / 06:23
00:00 / 09:18
ITOCT on Inside Out Radio
00:00 / 1:00:07

ITOCT: The Podcast

“If ever there were two lesbians you’d want to hang out with, it’s definitely Jaimie Kelton and Robin Hopkins.” Gay Parent Magazine

“Unique, and quirky, and eclectic, and ultimately so fun. The epitome of these hyper-niche podcasts, and a quality podcast to boot." 

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“The women develop a friendly rapport that is just the right amount of self-deprecation and serious reflection on complicated and very personal life stuff. It’s a refreshing middle ground between the comedian and the investigative narrator, where the emotion is genuine and the delivery sincere.” — The Pod Piper

“This podcast is bold, refreshing, and relevant to so many of us, as it brings this community of strong women together. They’ve started the podcast we never knew we needed the most.” 

— AfterEllen, Feb 2018

“While the show isn’t a comedy, Robin has a background as a stand-up comic, and both she and Jaimie bring performers’ sensibilities to keep the banter and storytelling entertaining even as it informs.”Mombian

“Yet while queer parenting remains relatively common in real life, nontraditional families’ stories are rare in pop culture. Thankfully, now LGBTQ families can turn to a new podcast called If These Ovaries Could Talk” – Daily Dot

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