Lesbian and Gay Parents: Their Experiences of Children's Health Care in Australia

@article{Mikhailovich2001LesbianAG,
  title={Lesbian and Gay Parents: Their Experiences of Children's Health Care in Australia},
  author={Katja Mikhailovich and Sarah R. Martin and Stephen Lawton},
  journal={International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies},
  year={2001},
  volume={6},
  pages={181-191}
}
This study investigates the experiences of lesbian and gay parents seeking health care for their children within the Australian medical system. Previously unavailable demographic data was collected on lesbian and gay families, and qualitative information was sought from parents about positive or problematic health care experiences related to sexual orientation and family constellation. Ninety-two lesbian or gay parents responded to a national postal and Web-based survey. Eighty-nine percent of… CONTINUE READING

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