Traditional Families and Gay-Parenting Families: which are the Differences and Similarities?

Author/s Togliatti Marisa Malagoli, Rosa Di Benedetto, Edoardo Dima
Publishing Year 2013 Issue 2012/2 Language Italian
Pages 18 P. 35-52 File size 374 KB
DOI 10.3280/RSC2012-002003
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During the past few years, family has gone through many changes in its composition and structure, so that you can’t longer speak of family in a traditional sense, but "families". Currently, in fact, family types, such as broken families, reconstituted and omogenitoriali families are widespread in several countries around the world. Following the life cycle phases, you will talk about choice of partner and pair formation, up to family unit formation in which partners, in addition to being spouses, also perform the role of parents. In this regard, it is called gayparenting and suitability of homosexual parents to accompany their children during growth in a proper way, showing where there were differences and similarities between heterosexual and homosexual couples.

Keywords: partners, couple, family, gay-parenting, homosexual, heterosexual

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Togliatti Marisa Malagoli, Rosa Di Benedetto, Edoardo Dima, Famiglie tradizionali e famiglie omogenitoriali: quali differenze e quali somiglianze? in "RIVISTA DI SESSUOLOGIA CLINICA" 2/2012, pp 35-52, DOI: 10.3280/RSC2012-002003