FAMILIES LIKE MINE is full of heart and hope-but even more importantly, it's full of truths.
This is not an old book about an old subject, but an excellent resource for anyone reaching out for understanding and guidence about the LGBT life.
This book surveys and candidly discusses the actual experiences of children raised by GLBT parents who have now become young adults.
this was a gift for a family going through a custody battle and they said they enjoyed the book they recommend the bookPublished 5 months ago by VSG
While this book is not primarily about my and my daughters situation it was helpful none the less. I came out as a transgender woman in 2002. My youngest was twelve at the time. Read morePublished on November 6, 2011 by Gillian Lee Miller
Wonderfully written...from the heart. Abigail has been to my Woodbury MN home to talk to a group about her experiences with gay dads. She is a powerful spokesperson for equality.Published on May 28, 2011 by JSH
I think this book is as important for LBGT parents to read as it is for the children of LGBT parents. Read morePublished on September 3, 2010 by Jemdad
As a gay male looking into parenting, it was great to read about the children of gay and lesbian parents.Published on January 19, 2010 by James Tilley
Families Like Mine: Children of Gay Parents Tell It Like It Is
All parents hope that they're doing a good job of raising their children, but the truth is that they won't know... Read more
I'm 23 and have been raised by lesbian mothers since birth. Reading this book has caused me to become more aware of the ways in which my upbringing has affected all facets of my... Read morePublished on March 13, 2009 by Cody B
Whether you're a gay parent or the child of gay parents (or neither!), you'll want to read this wonderful book. I found it compelling and engaging. Read morePublished on December 25, 2007 by palomita
I just finished reading your book, and it made me cry. (And I don't cry easily.) Your insights and perspective were profound, for me, and I'm sure for countless others who have... Read morePublished on July 13, 2007 by Eric Akridge