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Daniel Winunwe Rivers
|Description:||xii, 296 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Families in hiding: lesbian and gay parents and their children, 1945-1969 --
The seeds of change: forging lesbian and gay families, 1950-1969 --
In the best interests of the child: lesbian and gay parenting custody cases, 1967-1985 --
Lesbian mother activist organizations, 1971-1980 --
Gay fathers groups, 1975-1992 --
The culture of lesbian feminist households with children in the 1970s --
She does not draw distinctions based on blood or law: the lesbian/gay-baby boom, 1980-2003 --
Epilogue: lesbian mothers, gay fathers, and their children after Lawrence v. Texas.
|Series Title:||Gender & American culture.|
|Responsibility:||Daniel Winunwe Rivers.|
"In this deeply researched social history of six decades of gay fathers, lesbian mothers, and their children, Rivers seamlessly blends legal materials, oral histories, personal correspondence, and