In unprecedented depth, Abramss compelling narrative examines the social, legal, and political implications of gay and lesbian parenting. Her haunting memoir asks the question, What makes a mother? It is a question that biological parents, co-parents, adoptive parents, step-parents, and divorced parents must each answer in their own way. In telling one womans story, The Other Mother makes a solid case for legal protections, including marriage, for lesbian and gay families.
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