It also covers issues relative to the well being of children and their thriving in atypical family contexts. These common points echo a similar phenomenon: a gay, homonormal, globalised culture. Jouannet, P. While these new attitudes tend towards greater openness, the author warns us that equality, a discourse proclaimed with great enthusiasm, is thwarted by a heteronormativity that is never truly questioned.
Lesser, J. Being a homosexual is not an obstacle to being an acceptable parent.
These different subjects are troubling and they raise scandalized reactions that are reminiscent of those raised by mentioning same-sex families in the s. Zamboni, B. A comparison with Spain and Great Britain is useful in analyzing how the law references the heteronormative family.
Gatos, P. Berger, M. Although it is expressed as generous open-mindedness, those who support gayfriendly discourse do so because it is to their advantage.