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Not with DNA from both women. The DNA will come from the biological parents: one man and one woman. Perhaps someday scientists can take half of the DNA from one of the women to fertilize the ovum of the other woman. However, producing a girl this way would be the easiest. Creating a boy would require not only taking half the DNA, but modifying one of the X chromosomes, either by full replacement from a man, preferably in the woman's family, or by replacing a few genes. There is no telling what would happen if a male version of the X chromosome (since only maybe 3 genes determine gender) was introduced into our species. It would certainly complicate genetic gender determination.

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Q: Can lesbians have a baby of their own with their own DNA?
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