Rave reviews for Robin's book, "If These Ovaries Could Talk: The Things We've Learned About Making an LGBTQ Family"
"Jaimie Kelton and Robin Hopkins are helping to empower a whole new generation of LGBTQ people, specifically LGBTQ women, as they navigate their journey towards parenthood. At a time in our nation's history when some politicians continue to target the rights of LGBTQ parents, Kelton and Hopkins are countering the conversation with accurate, informative, and inspiring advice for LGBTQ people looking to explore the beauty of having children." –Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLADD
"I love this book. It's funny. It's heartwarming. It's endearing. And it's eye-opening in terms of what LGBTQ folks go through to make a family. But it's also relevant to people like me who've gone through the fertility process at a doctor's office." –Amy Schumer
"It's poignant, funny, beautiful and talks about what truly makes a family. Read. Listen." –Ophira Eisenberg (NPR)
"Robin and Jaimie have put together a masterpiece. It's funny. It's informative. It's brutally honest." –Judy Gold
"The book highlights a wide array of different people and couples who share their family building journey. While many of the stories feature LGBTQ families that range from funny to moving, the book highlights just how much a family is a family no matter how they began." –Jennifer Palumbo (Forbes)
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Read weekly stories from Robin on her Substack page, "Sh!t I Learned From My Crappy Childhood."
Robin shares funny stories and experiences with a side of life lessons. Topics include: parenting, childhood crud, working on yourself. This page is for you if you like funny stories about life that have you laughing one minute, and crying the next, followed directly by the urge to call your bestie to plan that friend’s weekend or apologize to your sister for that thing you did when you were eight (you know what you did.) It wasn’t your fault. You were just a kid.
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