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6 Tips To Help Children Learn About Diversity By The Next Family Learn the facts of life for two moms by this 7-year-old
By Kevin Murphy "The administration hasn't caught up with the times," Vonderheide said. "The system isn't set up to accommodate
I was orphaned when my mother Millie died nine years ago. My biological mother went back to being a Jehovah's Witness and now says she regrets being with Millie for 20-some-odd years. "Les di un mal ejemplo," she says. That's B.S. See, Millie is the one who loved me -- tender, unconditional, I-believe-in-you love.
By Shannon Ralph | The Next Family To The Homophobic Parents That Threw Their Son Out 1. Who’s the real mom? This is probably
Drug addiction plagued all four of my sons’ birth parents. With the life I was able to give them, my sons are happy, healthy
As LGBT youth, adults and families know all too well, bullying isn't confined to just the playground, classroom, or cafeteria -- it can happen to anyone, anywhere. And as my wife and I prepare for the birth of our first child, we have to learn when negative actions become a teaching moment.
Caitlyn Theriault, who attends Auburn's Park Avenue Elementary School, told local ABC affiliate WMTW that she felt "very
The boy tried a different question: "What's your dad's name?" I kept silent, wanting to see how my son handled it. He paused for just a second to think. "Well, that's Mommy," he explained, gesturing to me. "And the other one's Momma, but she's at work now."
I asked Walter to prom a bit late. None of the straight boys in my very tiny high school had come through, so I faced the music and asked my gay friend. "I have to think this over" was his underwhelmed response.
There's so much to be said about the road leading up to your aunts and your moms getting married in the same weekend, from pretending your mom was straight so that you could get through seventh grade to coming out yourself to a tribe of first-generation lesbians.
This question is difficult, because it is both personal and political. This feels to me like the sophisticated version of the needling question "but which one is your real mom?" except of course this question, about who gets to be called "Mommy," is more legitimate.
This beautiful photo series comes to HuffPost Gay Voices courtesy of the Family Equality Council (FEC) and COLAGE in honor
Meanwhile, a Facebook page calling for users to boycott the museum has over 1,000 likes, while an online petition has drawn
As Towleroad reports, 18-year-old Riley Roberts defended his two moms in the poignant, teary speech, delivered before the
A judge has ruled that a North Texas lesbian couple can't live together because of a morality clause in one of the women's divorce papers.
During the Supreme Court arguments in the Proposition 8 case last week, there seemed to be some confusion about the social science evidence concerning same-sex parents and their ability to raise children, but there is no "disagreement" among the experts about what the research says.
Our children know that for a few months in 2008, the law said "yes" to their family. Their moms are legally married (in California, at least). This legal recognition echoes and enforces what their moms and their community keep telling them: that we should be treated equally.
Now that I'm blogging about growing up with two mommies, a friend of mine recently asked me, "Did you ever think you might be a lesbian, since that's the lifestyle you knew from home?" Obviously I have to answer this one with a story.
"Who's the real mother?" I have been asked that question many times -- too many times. But this time was different. I was at a doctor's office, and my son was standing next to me and knew exactly what the nurse was asking.