American Journal of Public Health1— Ciano-Boyce, C. Fortin, et C. More research should follow, based on quantitative and qualitative data: on the sharing of parental tasks, on practical and financial organization, on the way in which parental functions are performed, and on inclusion in the social environment and kinship networks, among other.
The issues concerning parenthood and kinship engage sociologists, anthropologists, psychologists and doctors as much as legal experts, and make for a research object that is as complex as it is fascinating to scholars hailing from these different disciplinary fields. In addition, this generation is marked by the less tolerant atmosphere in the past: they more frequently keep their homosexuality in the dark, and also more often live heterosexually as married men.
Philadelphia: Temple University Press. Lesbians, trans people, middle-class homosexuals? Whereas almost half of unders have not told their parents they are gay, more than three-quarters state in the questionnaire that they are.