Next MagazineDaddy Issues
Aaron Goodfellow explores how gay fathers cultivate intimacy with their adoptive children.
"Just in time for Father’s Day, author and anthropologist Aaron Goodfellow dives into the issue with Gay Fathers, Their Children, and the Making of Kinship. The work behind his sociological paperback from Fordham University Press began all the way back in 1995 while he was brainstorming for his masters dissertation. 'I was spending a lot of time in Central Park because I had a big dog, and I met two men who had just adopted a child,' Goodfellow remembers. 'I thought, ‘Wow, this is fantastic.’' Add to the mix the late-in-life realization that his own deceased father had been gay, and the study slowly developed into something “intensely personal and autobiographical.”"
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