Main : child rearing, children, mothers, sexuality, young adult, young women
210 x 210 mm
Myra Hauschild, Pat Rosier
As a lesbian who has brought up children I want this book for lesbian and gay parents and their children, and as a counter to the prejudice and fear promoted by the anti-gay voices that get media attention. —Pat Rosier
Sixteen young people are interviewed about their experiences of growing up with lesbian and gay parents. As one young person relates: ‘We’re a real family with our two dads.’ The interviews suggest that what matters most to children has little to do with their parents’ sexuality and more to do with loving, attentive parenting and adequate living standards. Essential reading for young people, teachers and anyone working with youth.
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‘A useful resource for units of prejudice, relationships and/or family as it provides an insight into the lives of many students who are just simply invisible in schools.’Marg Riley, React
‘A wonderful read for lesbian parents, prospective parents, and their children.’LOTL
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