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PASSING THROUGH The End-Of-Life Decisions of Lesbians and Gay Men by  Jeannette Auger - Paperback - First Edition - 2003 - from Ravenswood Books and

PASSING THROUGH The End-Of-Life Decisions of Lesbians and Gay Men

by Auger, Jeannette

Condition: Very Good

Nova Scotia: Fernwood Publishing. Very Good. 2003. First Edition. Softcover. Ex-library with sturdy laminated cover & a few stamps & stickers. Would be upgraded to near fine but does have a small coffee (? ) stain to outer edge of pages, which has soaked into one side of page edges about 1/4". Book has otherwise very little wear, no internal markings. Description: The author examines how closeted relationships and a history of discrimination have led many same-sex partners to avoid making important decisions about end-of-life issues..... The personal interviews and group discussions presented offer insight into the challenges that same-sex couples face and provide a framework for discussing what partners need to consider to assert their legal rights. Also discusses the history of same-sex legislation in Canada (and internationally) and outlines legal rights same-sex partnerships now have.... (*shipping will be reduced to all locations); 8vo .


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