Artificial insemination can cost anywhere between $16,000 and $25,000, depending on where you live.
Lesbians are women who are attracted to the same sex. If they have sex with a man however, they can get pregnant.
You get pregnant by having sperm entering your vagina so no.
Without the introduction of a male to the situation and the transfer of sperm to where it can meet the egg somehow, a woman cannot get pregnant. So two lesbians on their own cannot each other pregnant, no.
no unless she was recently ejaculated into by a guy, you might get a STD but not pregnant
No. No person on Earth can become pregnant without sperm.
By having sex with men or via in vitro impregnation.
Lesbians get pregnant the same way heterosexual women do, by either having sex with a man or artificial insemination.
Lesbians cannot have biological babies together, as it requires sperm from a male to fertilize an egg. However, lesbians can have children through various means, such as using assisted reproductive technologies like in-vitro fertilization or through adoption or co-parenting with a male partner.
What kind of pills? Most pregnant women don't need pills.
Usually via a sperm door- either anonymous or known to the woman/couple. Some lesbians, like other people, choose to adopt. Some lesbians have children with male partners before they "come out" and a very few choose to have sex with men in order to get pregnant.
Depending on type, about $1000see link
I'm pretty sure it's $23,000 to do that.