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What Same-Sex Parenting Does to Kinship - Books & ideas
This article argues that queer people possess a unique social potential and position that could be leveraged to build empathy and knowledge bridges related to an array of challenges facing the contemporary world. Queer people have a unique relationship to kinship, as they often possess at least one distinct identity from those of their immediate biological family members; as such they have often sought to or been forced to form non-biological kinship networks. Queer people also appear randomly in the population. This means that every community contains us; and conversely, every issue impacting a particular community e. Given our collective proximity to these issues and our societal embeddedness, a movement which instilled a solidaristic ethos among queers could prove transformative.
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Up until that point, anthropology defined kinships almost solely on biological ties. This overly simplistic definition overlooked the fact that family is not a purely biological construct, not entirely. Rather, family -even kinship -is a lot more fluid than we realize. Throughout my life, I have constructed many different families.
The complicated historical relationship between ideas about homosexuality and concepts of "the family" in American culture makes the idea of gay and lesbian families-"chosen" or "created"-a provocative one in the study of American kinship. Insofar as lesbians and gay men have been ideologically excluded from the realm of kinship in American culture Weston , it is perhaps not surprising that claims to the legitimacy of gay and lesbian family configurations are often articulated and contested in terms of their perceived difference from or similarity to normative ideologies of "the American family. For Weston, gay and lesbian chosen families are neither derivative of, nor substititutes for, "straight," biological families; rather, they are distinctive in their own right Ellen Lewin takes a markedly different approach to the value of distinctiveness in her recent book, Lesbian Mothers By her own account exceeding the goal of her earlier work on maternal custody strategies-showing that lesbian mothers are "just as good" as heterosexual mothers-Lewin finds that "motherhood" in American culture constitutes a defining feature of womanhood that indeed supersedes the "difference" of lesbian identity
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