Crime Against Nature: A More Accurate Telling of What's Natural
by Gwenn Seemel
Publisher: gwennseemel.com 2012
What do single moms, stay-at-home dads, professionals who happen to be women, men who like to dress colorfully, infertile people, and homosexuals have in common? They're often viewed by society as sad, bad, and even a little suspicious.
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