Families of Value: Gay and Lesbian Parents and Their Children Speak Out
Drawing upon stories by and about nearly two dozen families in which gay fathers and lesbian mothers are raising children in a wide variety of settings and styles, the author defines the meaning of family and discusses concerns such as interpersonal relationships, sexual and psychological development, coming out, facing prejudice, and finding a spiritual foundation, the lesson being that children thrive in an environment of love regardless of the number, gender, or sexual orientation of the adults who provide it.
LGBTQ (Gender and Sexuality); Homosexuality; same-sex parents; children of gay parents; gay; gay parents; lesbian; lesbian parents
gay males; lesbian females
family life; personal stories; personal accounts; experiences; parental points of view
Drucker, Jane, "Families of Value: Gay and Lesbian Parents and Their Children Speak Out" (1998). DIVerse Families. 109.