Positively Gay: New Approaches to Gay and Lesbian Life

Positively Gay New Approaches to Gay and Lesbian Life When POSITIVELY GAY was first published in it was widely praised for its practical treatment of a variety of topics affecting the lives of gays and lesbians With a list of contributors from dive

  • Title: Positively Gay: New Approaches to Gay and Lesbian Life
  • Author: Betty Berzon Barney Frank
  • ISBN: 9781587610950
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • When POSITIVELY GAY was first published in 1979, it was widely praised for its practical treatment of a variety of topics affecting the lives of gays and lesbians With a list of contributors from diverse backgrounds, disciplines, and approaches, this important resource, compiled by Dr Betty Berzon, spotlights significant but often overlooked topics such as building succeWhen POSITIVELY GAY was first published in 1979, it was widely praised for its practical treatment of a variety of topics affecting the lives of gays and lesbians With a list of contributors from diverse backgrounds, disciplines, and approaches, this important resource, compiled by Dr Betty Berzon, spotlights significant but often overlooked topics such as building successful same sex partnerships, reconciling religious dilemmas, coming out to one s family, creating gay families, using voting power to effect change, dealing with legal and financial issues, and living as a gay person of color Gay and lesbian readers will find much to inform and guide them on their journey to self acceptance Replaces previous edition ISBN 0 89087 676 2 Previous editions sold 50,000 copies Provides information on recent developments and debates that have affected gay culture, including the Internet and same sex marriage.

    One thought on “Positively Gay: New Approaches to Gay and Lesbian Life”

    1. good variety of topics, including parenting, the material is not always personally, or temporally, applicable, but overall it's a useful and enlightening book. some chapters, like the one on protestantism in particular, felt like they could use more editing, but mostly there's just your typical collection qualifiers: there's some stuff I agree or disagree with more than others, butt it's a solid book and worth checking out.

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