See Article History Alternative Titles: ILGA, International Lesbian and Gay Association International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association ILGA , formerly — International Lesbian and Gay Association, worldwide federation of individuals and nonprofit organizations seeking to protect the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, and intersexual persons and to raise awareness of both legal and illegal discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. In its first 30 years the ILGA grew to include more than member organizations from more than countries. Headquarters are in Brussels.
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They demonstrate the richness and variety of social work practice and research interests that impact upon and are part of the lives of LGBT people. Not just a passing phase: Social work with gay, lesbian and bisexual people. Review of Intersex and identity:
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Biological[ edit ] An individual's biological parents are the persons from whom the individual inherits his or her genes. The term is generally only used if there is a need to distinguish an individual's parents from their biological parents, For example, an individual whose father has remarried may call the father's new wife their stepmother and continue to refer to their mother normally, though someone who has had little or no contact with their biological mother may address their foster parent as their mother, and their biological mother as such, or perhaps by her first name. Mother A mother is a female who has a maternal connection with another individual, whether arising from conception , by giving birth to, or raising the individual in the role of a parent. Because of the complexity and differences of a mother's social, cultural, and religious definitions and roles, it is challenging to define a mother to suit a universally accepted definition. The utilization of a surrogate mother may result in explication of there being two biological mothers.
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