In her new column on the Huffington Post, lesbian mom Sara Whitman writes:
“My son Jake keeps flipping through Courting Equality, a book documenting the events leading to May 17th, 2004 when gay marriage finally became legal in Massachusetts. At first I thought it was because he knew some of the people pictured- now I realize he’s searching out faces that look like his family.
I’m not much better. I keep re-reading Confessions of the Other Mother, by Harlyn Aizley, a book of essays about the experiences of the non-birth mother in lesbian relationships. We’re both looking for the same thing. Our faces, our stories.
Where are my people?” Read more.