All The Lesbian Mothers Are Coupled, All The Single Mothers Are Straight, And All Of Us Are Tired: Reflections On Being A Single Lesbian Mom
Amidst increasing numbers of gays and lesbians having children, political opposition to gay marriage, and government efforts to discourage female-headed households by funding marriage initiatives, the author reflects on her life as a single lesbian mom. Following in the feminist tradition of using personal experiences as a starting point, the article looks at the social space between single heterosexual moms and lesbian mother couples.
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Volume (Year): 10 (2004)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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