Study shows kids in lesbian families well-adjusted

Andre, Laura
March 2009
Mothering;Mar/Apr2009, Issue 153, p32
The article offers information on several studies related to psychological adjustment of children in lesbian families that have been released by the U.S. National Longitudinal Lesbian Family Study.


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