Descriptive statistics for the 5-point self-report measure are available in the SI Appendix. Notably, all of the LG parents who described challenges with other parents were Caucasian and had adopted children of color, suggesting that school efforts to bridge differences across family structure should be sensitive to the ways in which multiracial families may be viewed by some parents as strange or unfamiliar.
At the same time that teachers should guard against assumptions regarding adoption and its effects on children, they should recognize that, in some cases, children may exhibit temporary stress reactions related to their adoptive experience, which may manifest as behavioral problems Taymans et al.
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For example, the term " Boston marriage " was used to describe a committed relationship between two unmarried women who were usually financially independent and often shared a house;  these relationships were presumed to be asexual, and hence the women were respected as "spinsters" by their communities.
Retrieved August 3, Psychological Bulletin For example, parents described situations in which their child was not allowed to make two Mother's Day gifts or to display a family collage with the other students' work because it showed two lesbian mothers.