In celebration of Pride Month 2021, Christina Warner’s article ‘LGBT+ families – beyond the ‘alternative’ structure’ is featured in this month’s edition of Family Law Journal.
Christina considers the progress of LGBT families in the last 60 years, the influence of changing social attitudes and legislative developments as well as evolving ideas of parental and gender roles. From relationship recognition and marriage equality and its impact on employment rights and access to health services, Christina explores the development of the LGBT community’s increasing visibility before the family courts.
Also considering the legal challenges faced by trans people in both their fight for parental recognition as well as gender identity and examines the changing views of Gen-Z and their possible influence on the family courts resulting in a significantly changed landscape. Christina’s article can be found here.
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