Women without a male partner The Spanish legislation on reproduction considers that any woman can be a user of reproductive processes, regardless of her marital status and sexual orientation. Therefore, she can undergo an assisted reproduction treatment with sperm donor and be subject to all the rights and obligations on the newly born. Single women and homosexual couples arrive constantly in our center looking for the yearned for pregnancy. The Reproduction Unit is aware of these facts and develops its task with utmost respect so that none of the patients feels that she cannot get pregnant for not having a male partner. The equal treatment given to single women or same gender partners interested in having a child and to heterosexual couples is creating a new family type, that is, a single-parent family if there is only one woman or two-parent family in the case of lesbian couples. This is not a well-known fact yet but this knowledge is expanding in our society and in our Reproduction Unit. When a woman wants to become pregnant, but she does not have the adequate eggs to make it possible, she can opt for an anonymous egg donation, if she is single, or she can receive them from her partner, if she has one. In the former case, two informed consents must be signed, one for sperm donation, and the other one, for egg donation. In the latter, the couple would only sign one sperm donation document, and both would have custody on the newly born.