Edwards, Jane; Riggs, Damien W
October 2008
Health Sociology Review;Oct2008, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p222
Academic Journal
The article discusses several reports published in the issue including one on the effects homosexuality on the adoption of children and another on the influence of community on lesbian and bisexual women.


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