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‘Stereotype, Attack and Stigmatize those Who Disagree’: Employing Scientific Rhetoric in Debates about Lesbian and Gay Parenting (2000)
Journal Article
Clarke, V. (2000). ‘Stereotype, Attack and Stigmatize those Who Disagree’: Employing Scientific Rhetoric in Debates about Lesbian and Gay Parenting. Feminism and Psychology, 10(1), 152-159. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959353500010001018

In this paper, I explore the controversy surrounding lesbian and gay parenting within psychology, focusing on the rhetoric with which ‘authoritative’ accounts of lesbian and gay parenting are produced. Both ‘advocates’ and ‘enemies’ of lesbian and ga... Read More about ‘Stereotype, Attack and Stigmatize those Who Disagree’: Employing Scientific Rhetoric in Debates about Lesbian and Gay Parenting.

Lesbian Mothers: Sameness and Difference (2000)
Journal Article
Clarke, V. (2000). Lesbian Mothers: Sameness and Difference. Feminism and Psychology, 10(2), 273-278. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959353500010002005

Psychologists and feminists have been researching and debating lesbian parenting for more than 25 years. One of the key concerns addressed by the literature on lesbian mothers is whether they and their children are the same as, or different from, he... Read More about Lesbian Mothers: Sameness and Difference.