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The essays and interviews in Who's Your Daddy? give new meaning to our understanding of queer parenting. Contributors bring into sharp focus the multiple and meaningful ways that LGBTQ people are choosing to become parents and raise children. This is without a doubt a timely and important. ...more
Paperback, 328 pages
Published April 27th 2009 by Sumach Press
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Sarah
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What a fantastic anthology! I can't recommend it highly enough for anyone interested in issues of queer parenting. It covers the gammit of types of queer people, queer parenting arrangements, queer politics, queer gender, and even queers and race. I got this book because as a bisexual woman I was feeling left out when I read mainstream gay and lesbian parenting books. However this anthology leaves no corner of the queer world untouched and manages to have something to offer anyone. I also really ...more
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Included in a blog post and resource list at https://booksbeyondbinaries.blog/2019... ...more
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The essays and interviews in Who's Your Daddy? give new meaning to our understanding of queer parenting. Contributors bring into sharp focus the multiple and meaningful ways that LGBTQ people are choosing to become parents and raise children. This is without a doubt a timely and important. ...more
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I like a nice academic nerd-fest.
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A lovely book of essays and interviews about the wide range of queer parenting. Connection with past present and future with touching stories and provocative thought.
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