The long journey to parenthood for gay men before marriage equality
To a casual observer, Armando Lucas Correa had most of the things anyone would want in life.
But he's not a casual observer, and he knew what was missing: children. That was issue one. Issue two was being gay in a time when gay marriage was not yet the law of the land, greatly complicating parenthood.
It took time and effort, and a series of contributors, but it happened.
Correa tells the story in his book In Search of Emma: How We Created Our Family.
Armando Lucas Correa sits down to talk about the odyssey and the happy outcome.