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Landmark 1983 Book “A Secret I Can’t Tell” About LGBTQ Families, Now Updated & Reissued

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New York, NY, November 16, 2022 –(PR.com)– “A Secret I Can’t Tell: The First Generation of Children from Openly Gay and Lesbian Homes,” by Joe Gantz

A landmark book now updated and reissued, draws a direct line between the moral panic driven by the moral panic driven by Anita Bryant and the “Save Our Children Coalition” of the 1970s to today’s anti-LGBTQ political climate.

First published in 1983, “A Secret I Can’t Tell” was the only record of American same-sex-headed household family life during the heyday of the homophobic Moral Majority.

With new interviews and a new foreword, the book provides an unparalleled look at how far we’ve come and underscores how close we are to returning to a dark past.

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