Annotation Writers of letters to the “Age” and the “Sydney Morning Herald” are poets, dreamers, and provocateurs. The overwhelming majority are in search of a . Winner of a Ruth Benedict Prize in Anthropology This classic text, originally published in and now revised and updated to include a new preface, draws . Weston draws upon fieldwork and interviews conducted in the San Francisco Bay area to explore the ways gay men and lesbians are constructing their own.

Author: Sasho Shalar
Country: Belgium
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Sex
Published (Last): 19 December 2013
Pages: 214
PDF File Size: 1.87 Mb
ePub File Size: 2.80 Mb
ISBN: 862-5-89708-232-1
Downloads: 73620
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Jubar

There are a modest number of wexton chapters. Part of the new series entitled “Between Men-Between Women: Lesbian and Gay Studies,” this book demands–and deserves–thorough and careful reading.

The overwhelming majority are in search of a better world, even if some disguise their aspiration in a sheath that is crackling dry.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Families We Choose: Lesbians, Gays, Kinship

Jessica rated it liked it Sep 19, The Lesbian Mother as Icon. People were blamed for the disease and adequate care and education not provided. Part of the new series entitled “Between Men-Between Women: Others don’t meet the “Herald”‘s stringent verification rules.

  HJ 13002 PDF

She used unstructured interviews and chose a wide cross-section of different gays across San Francisco, different ethnicities, age cohorts and classes. From Biology to Choice. Victoria rated it it was amazing Oct 01, Sheryl rated it really liked it Nov 01, Lucy rated it liked it Dec 27, choosr Nisha rated it liked it May 09, Trivia About Families We Choos She chose the subjects for her study by consulting her address book and finding friends of friends, using theoretic sampling and then conducting interviews.

Others are delightfully but unprintably kooky. Yet hundreds of offerings bite the dust every day. It raises a paradox about procreating in a non-procreative situation.

Categorical Understandings or Its All Relative. Adrienne rated it liked it Jan 11, I read this in college, and I remember liking it and other people finding it mind-blowing.

Families We Choose: Lesbians, Gays, Kinship – Kath Weston – Google Books

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Bernadette rated it really liked it Feb 26, Today the landscape of “gay families” author’s term; today I’d call them queer families is a topic of much political Although most examples in the book are outdated it first came out inFamilies We Choose is still incredibly relevant.

Like that anal sex is legal in Texas! famikies

They suffer from too much wr and become dependent on one another, unable to differentiate themselves and carry on independent lives, unlike heterosexual couples. Siblings tend to be more understanding than parents, and gay men often go out for a man-to-man with their fathers as a way of coming to terms with the revelation. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.


Want to Read saving…. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.

Other editions – View wesston Families We Choose: At the end of the book Weston questions whether the way we organize ktah families will evolve in the same direction as its heterosexual counterpart i. Beth rated it liked it Jul 20, To ask other readers questions about Families We Chooseplease sign up. My library Help Advanced Book Search.

All in all, this book is an important, although isolated, reminder that families come about in all kinds of different ways. Margaret rated it liked it Aug 20,