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My Two Moms by Zach Wahls
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Jun 11, 12

bookshelves: non-fiction, society
Read from June 08 to 10, 2012

there has rarely been a more compelling arguement that gay couples can raise happy, well-adjusted children than zach wahls. in each chapter, based on one of the tenents of the boy scout law, wahls offers thoughful, reasoned arguements by sharing stories from his own family life. his moms, jackie and terry, are remarkable parents - not because they're gay, but because they were determined to raise responsible, kind, happy children.

this is a great look at a family life that is exceptional for its ordinariness - and that's the point.
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