The Perils of Gay Parenting

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Wednesday, Jan 27, 2010 - 7pm ET

Dawn Stefanowicz, raised in an “alternative” household with a homosexual father, his partners, and a passive mom, affirms that children are powerfully impacted long-term by the sexual example their parents set. Since the death of her father from AIDS in 1991 and the passing of her mother ten years later, she’s become a sought after media spokesperson on current affairs and legislation that affects the safety and emotional health of children. In Out from Under: The Impact of Homosexual Parenting, she gently shares her moments of joy, along with her travails, pain, fear, and confusion about the early exposure to sexual activities and the child sexual abuse that marred her young life—and the faith that allowed her to forgive. Conference speaker and a licensed accountant, she lives with her husband, Vince, in London, Canada.