View the following documentary, “Queer Spawn” by Anna Bouluda (2006):
Post a short (2 paragraph) sociological review of the documentary. You are free to reflect on any aspect of the documentary that you find compelling, but the following questions might help:
- How do the individuals and families featured in the documentary reflect trends documented by Conley, Patterson, or Cohen?
- How do individuals and families in the documentary deal with stereotypes associated with same sex parents?
- What seems more challenging for the families — race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, divorce?
- What, if anything, has changed since the documentary was released in 2002?
Be sure to reference at least one course reading from the readings (Conley, Patterson, and/or Cohen) in your post for full credit.