Here at Lifelong Adoptions, we wholeheartedly believe that it is our responsibility to provide our adoptive parents with as many resources as possible. In that spirit, our team of experts has put together a list of helpful reading materials for our prospective and current LGBT adoptive parents and their children. This book provides a complete explanation of the many ways gay or lesbian couples can create a family and the legal hoops they must jump through as part of the process. Written by an attorney in an-easy-to-understand style, this guide provides a comprehensive look at the options available to gay couples and offers advice and information on how best to proceed.
We know we're a little late, but in honor of same-sex marriage officially being legalized in New York state and this GOOD post about gay romances in literature , we at HuffPost Books have put together a list of some of the memorable same-sex romances in literature. We know that some of the relationships on this list are simply suggested, but nevertheless, even unconfirmed, they definitely make the cut. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Did we miss your favorite same-sex couple in literature? Let us know in the comments!
But gay men contemplating fatherhood must overcome a different set of hurdles than others: legal, financial, societal, to name but a few. To help answer some of those questions, I compiled the following list, an admittedly motley collection of printed matter. An evolution has quietly been occurring in the world of parenting. Recent surveys reveal that millions of children have found loving homes either by being born to, or adopted by, gay men. This book is a celebration of these remarkable new families.
Muslim parents have reacted with fury after a four-year-old boy came home from school with a book about a gay couple. The book, called Daddy's Roommate, includes everyday scenes of the men shaving together in their underwear and resting in bed. The group say such content is inappropriate for such a young child, regardless of faith, reports MyLondon. The parents are part of a children's support group in Hounslow and claim their only objection is the child's age.