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It’s Father’s Day, and hopefully you’re able to spend it with the guy who raised you. In honor of the day, we’ve selected five books that center on gay dads, gay sons, daddies and other father figures. Grab a copy of one or more and enjoy.
These books look great! I can’t wait to begin reading some of them!
The John Irving book looks very good the rest I will skip. I’m not a parent so the first book about “Gay” dads I have no point in reading.
“hopefully you’re able to spend it with the guy who raised you.”
I’m afraid that a lot of your readership has the attitude of: “hopefully I’ll be able spend the day 3,000 miles away from the guy who ignored me, when he wasn’t beating me up for being gay, and hopefully he’s passed out in front of the TV game with a bottle and a six pack, as usual… or maybe he’s in hell and nobody told me yet about the funeral.”
And in the case of most fathers… come on, reading a book? A book, since high school? Really?
Some new children’s books for children of gay dads I thought would be cute gifts for first-time gay dads celebrating Father’s Day: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0085E40OU/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=wwwzachrissoc-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B0085E40OU
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