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From decriminalisation to marriage : changing judicial, political and religious attitudes in the United Kingdom to gay and lesbian families

Norrie, Kenneth (2013) From decriminalisation to marriage : changing judicial, political and religious attitudes in the United Kingdom to gay and lesbian families. In: Contemporary gender relations and changes in legal cultures. DJOF PUBLISHING, Copenhagen, pp. 181-210. ISBN 9788757427684

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Abstract

A discussion of the changing narratives involving gay and lesbian families and how that has influenced family law in the United Kingdom