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by Robert A. Bernstein,Robert MacNeil,Betty DeGeneres

ePub Straight Parents, Gay Children: Keeping Families Together download
Author:
Robert A. Bernstein,Robert MacNeil,Betty DeGeneres
ISBN13:
978-1560254522
ISBN:
1560254521
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Publisher:
Da Capo Lifelong Books; Revised edition (June 25, 2003)
Subcategory:
Social Sciences
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1747 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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465

Straight Parents, Gay Children book.

Straight Parents, Gay Children book. Straight Parents, Gay Children is Robert Bernstein's.

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Bernstein, Robert, 1926-. Parents & Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Parents of gays, Lesbians, Gay men. Publisher. New York : Thunder's Mouth Press ; Emeryville, CA : Distributed by Publishers Group West. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by booksale-cataloger7 on September 26, 2011.

Straight Parents, Gay Children: Keeping Families Together Robert A Bernstein, Thunder’s Mouth . Leyland Publications, 2001

Straight Parents, Gay Children: Keeping Families Together Robert A Bernstein, Thunder’s Mouth Press, 1995. Straight Parents, Gay Children: Inspiring Families to Live Honestly and with Pride Robert Bernstein, Thunder’s Mouth Press, 2003. Family Outing Chastity Bono. Little, Brown and Company, 1999. Adolescence: A Guide For Parents Michael Carr-Gregg and Erin Shale. Leyland Publications, 2001. Coming Out As Parents: You and Your Homosexual Child David K Switzer. Westminster John Knox Press, 1997.

As it will probably be for parents to place their child among these people who are exampled

As it will probably be for parents to place their child among these people who are exampled. Most of the themes in this book are more adult rather than young teens to young adult. It is a good attempt to give an overview of the "gay" world but it was not what I expected. I would recomend this book for parents of gay children who want to learn more about the life style, history, p-flag, ect. But not to learn about their children. The only way to do that is to ask them yourself.

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Bernstein, Robert . DeGeneres, Betty; MacNeil, Robert. Straight Parents, Gay Children: Keeping Families Together. p. 174. ISBN 978-1-56025-452-2. Morgan&oldid 889674234".

Straight Parents, Gay Children is Robert Bernstein's moving account of how he came to terms with his daughter's homosexuality and how the experience has enriched his life. Bernstein -- winner of the 1996 Award for Best Scholarship on the Subject of Intolerance, awarded by the Gustaves Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights in North America -- discusses the myths surrounding homosexuality, accepting the news, parents who speak out, public figures who have gay children, and more. Straight Parents, Gay Children is a survival guide for all parents who wish to help their gay children cope with the inevitable cruelty from which they cannot hide. This revised and updated edition includes an introduction by Robert MacNeil of MacNeil/Lehrer Productions and a foreword by Candace Gingrich, author of The Accidental Activist "Bob Bernstein has done a wonderful job. I wish his book could be required reading for the world."—Betty DeGeneres, spokesperson, Human Rights Campaign, National Coming Out Project "Bernstein's tone is personal, his advice is sound ... a valuable addition to the psychological self-help collections."—Charles Harmon, Booklist "A succinct, moving book about parents who have defied the social stigma of homosexuality to publicly support their gay children."—Washington Blade
  • I just finishing reading this book. It was a good read but it is more or less for parents to read. Don't get me wrong, I learned some things: what parents go through, some things on society, history of p-flag, and such but it was not all that I hoped this book would be.
    The author uses lots of high profile people as examples in this book so it was hard for someone like me to figure out just where I stand in life. As it will probably be for parents to place their child among these people who are exampled.
    Most of the themes in this book are more adult rather than young teens to young adult.
    It is a good attempt to give an overview of the "gay" world but it was not what I expected.
    I would recomend this book for parents of gay children who want to learn more about the life style, history, p-flag, ect.
    But not to learn about their children. The only way to do that is to ask them yourself.

  • Very helpful for parents of LGBTQ sons and daughters. Humble and honest assessment of what it's like to have a gay child and how to stand in love with that child. Good information about PFLAG (Parents for Lesbians and Gays).

  • Good read makes you see things in a new light

  • Very informative. Would recommend.

  • Excellent book! I purchased this book 5 years ago when my son came out to me, and found it to be the most helpful resource. I gave my last copy away to another parent who was struggling to accept her son's homosexuality, and bought this copy to replace mine. I will probably find myself doing this again and again!

  • I'm enjoying the book.

  • Apologetics for parents of gays. Look, we love our children no matter what. The book helps us get over our hang-ups, but it overdoes it a bit.

  • This is one of three books I bought looking for some insight into the benefits, joys and simple DIFFERENCES associated with having a lesbian child. Perhaps tips on how I can help my daughter and her wife with the process of having a child and the associated trials they may face as a same-sex couple. This is a really good book for those who are suffering as a result of learning their child is LGBT, but not what I was looking for. Hopefully those families who are struggling will gain peace and learn to respect their child for standing up for their right to love and be loved without discrimination.