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Tamika Stephens: I started dating when my daughter turned three, and it was somebody I knew from college."I was a little unprepared for how novel of an idea this seemed to everybody," said Busic. K., "elective co-parenting has been more prevalent among gay men and lesbian women." "However, there has recently been an increase in co-parenting arrangements among heterosexual men and women." This finding came from an initial online survey of 102 participants that was published in 2015.The research centre found most of the people pursuing this parental arrangement were single, well-educated and financially secure. Tabitha Freeman, one of the researchers, said a more in-depth look at this modern form of creating a family is in the planning stages.Schulz who is gay, was in his 40s, single and still yearning to be a dad. Another 1,000 have signed up with Family By Design, just one of several co-parenting websites out there.After a few months getting to know each other, Busic and Schulz decided to try for a baby and started their own artificial insemination at home. According to the Centre for Family Research at Cambridge University in the U.