Books in category Family & Relationships – Alternative Family

  • Eating Fire

    Eating Fire
    Michael Riordon

    Eating Fire is an inside look at a rainbow of relationships, sexual and otherwise, that gay, lesbian, and transgendered people create to animate their lives: lovers, partners, parents/kids, quick tricks, torrid affairs, sweethearts, crushes …

  • Take This Man

    Take This Man
    Brando Skyhorse

    "From PEN/Hemingway award winner Brando Skyhorse comes this stunning, heartfelt memoir in the vein of The Glass Castle or The Tender Bar, the true story of a boy's turbulent childhood growing up with five stepfathers and the mother who was …

  • Out of the Twilight

    Out of the Twilight
    Andrew Gottlieb

    This book presents a unique opportunity to develop a greater awareness of and appreciation for father/son similarities and differences, and suggests that through time, communication, and love, fathers can become comfortable with and …

  • Couples of Mixed HIV Status

    Couples of Mixed HIV Status
    R Dennis Shelby, Nancy L Beckerman

    Readers who may be in a mixed HIV status relationship or those who are friends and family members of couples living with HIV will also find this book helpful.

  • Choosing Single Motherhood

    Choosing Single Motherhood
    Mikki Morrissette

    Based on extensive up-to-date research, advice from child experts and family therapists, as well as interviews with more than one hundred single women, this book explores • common questions and concerns of women facing this decision, …

  • A Special Beginning

    A Special Beginning
    Megan Mileham

    I met a great couple that had hopes of having a baby. My first surrogate baby girl was born in March of 2008. I wrote this book as a story that can be read to her to explain how she came into this world.

  • Marriage on Trial

    Marriage on Trial
    Glenn T. Stanton, Bill Maier

    Do they point us to the truth, or are there good answers in response? How do we respond? This book shows you that there are very compelling, caring and commonsense ways to answer every argument you might encounter in this debate.



    Maggie Graham was born in Liverpool in 1950.

  • Men of Color

    Men of Color
    John Longres

    By adding an ethnic dimension to the literature on homosexual conduct and identity, this book helps service providers improve services for men from all communities.

  • Eternity Commitment

    Eternity Commitment
    Todd I. Stephenson

    to infinity and beyond First Tale of the Trinity: The Soul Crackers Religinonr, a global religious enterprise, claims that it can take you on a spiritual journey to infinity and beyond.

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