OUT FROM UNDER: The IMPACT of HOMOSEXUAL PARENTING is a compelling, fast-paced, and no-holds-barred narrative of one child’s journey from birth to the end of innocence—and beyond—as the daughter of a homosexual father. Dawn Stefanowicz honestly and sympathetically exposes the transfixing saga of unexpected emotional tangles, discarded dreams, and a desperate search for Daddy’s love. Sobering and colorful, revealing while upholding a standard for good taste, the book uncovers Dawn’s shocking experiences, confused responses, and ultimate redemption as she compassionately reaches out to her father, facing a tragic death from AIDS, in 1991. Now an outspoken advocate of laws protecting children, it took Dawn into her early 30s to realize how her “alternative” rearing impacted her. See how she confronts the forbidden darkness of sexual activities, gets out from under the foreboding weight of family secrets, and finds a future filled with surprising hope, happiness, and healing. *Release date October 2007.