Glossy magazine DIVA has included Natalie in its ‘Power 50′ list of the 50 most influential gay women in Britain. Natalie’s write-up mentions her involvement with the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 and the new rights it gives to gay and lesbian parents, as well as her nomination by Stonewall for their 2008 Hero of the Year Award.
“I am flattered and honoured to be included” says Natalie. “We have seen enormous strides over the past few years towards legal equality for gay and lesbian families. I am proud to have helped champion changes in fertility law which help same sex parents to be treated in the same way as other couples when they conceive with donor sperm or through surrogacy.”
DIVA’s list also includes household names such as TV presenters Sue Perkins and Sandy Toksvig and actresses Fiona Shaw and Miriam Margolyes, as well as politicians, public figures and other leading professionals in their fields. Read ‘Power 50: Britain’s most influential gay women‘.
More on the law for lesbian couples conceiving together from the Gamble and Ghevaert website.Tags: Diva, fertility law, most influential gay women, Natalie Gamble