Family Outings

Nonan, Elisabeth
September 1991
Advocate;9/10/91, Issue 585, p62
Focuses on ways lesbian families are reinventing customs and traditions to fit their lifestyle. Difference between patriarchal nuclear families and lesbian families; Role models for lesbian families; Domestic-partnership legislation.


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