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Married Lesbians and Gay Men: How They Get Along with Their In-Laws

Prof. Geoffrey Greif and PhD Graduate Judith Leitch published chapter in a new book, Married Lesbians and Gay Men: How They Get Along with Their In-Laws.

Book Description: Showcasing research from across the social sciences, this edited volume seeks to provide readers with an empirically grounded sense of how many lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people marry in the US and Canada, what their marriages look like, and how LGBT people themselves are impacted by marriage and marriage equality.


Leitch, J. & Greif, G. L. (2022). Married lesbians and gay men: How they get along with their in-laws. In . A. Hoy (Ed)., The Social Science of same-sex marriage: LGBT people and their relationships in the era of Marriage Equality, pp. 179-196. New York Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/The-Social-Science-of-Same-Sex-Marriage-LGBT-People-and-Their-Relationships/Hoy/p/book/9780367546502

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