Interview with Mary Mendola, author of "The Mendola Report: A New Look At Gay Couples" [Crown, 1980] and Dr. Frances Clayton, lesbian psychologist and therapist, about Mendola's survey of gay couples and interviews with and about gay couples. Mendola talks about her use of the word "marriage" to describe committed same-sex relationships and Clayton discusses differences between heterosexual and homosexual romantic relationships, and between women and men in relationships. Interviewer is Judy Pasternak.
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