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  • Danish single mums are thriving
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    Maria Grazia Montagnari (2014) ©
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Danish single mums are thriving

Denmark’s ‘solomors’ – single mothers through artificial insemination – are growing in number and confidence. Benefitting from liberal attitudes towards child-rearing and a generous support system, solomors are an increasingly important part of Denmark’s social tapestry.

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