Kansas parents ask why this didn't happen to those who divorced and remarried or otherwise fall short of Catholic doctrine.
My mom sat me down and said that if anyone asked about them, I should say that they were cousins.
That her birthday will always be one day after the observance of Pulse is what reminds me that in a world of evil, hope is born again.
Our son is transgender. We welcomed him into the world 26 years ago as a daughter, but he is now our son. What does that
The Vice Principal at our son's school called to tell us Riley had gotten in trouble for pulling on a female classmate's pants. He hadn't pulled them down, mind you, but her parents were very upset when she told them the story, and they brought it directly to the principal the next day.
Below is my article published in The News and Observer, Raleigh NC BY SHERRY KEEN I’m from North Carolina, born and raised
My five-year-old daughter loves to tell people this. Whether we're at the local pride festival or standing in line at the community pool. We have matching rainbow dresses, after all. Still, it took me a while to get used to -- and I'm not the only one.
My father told me he was gay when I was 13. He said he had known ever since he was a little boy. Growing up Catholic in North Carolina during the 1960s did not present the most welcoming of circumstances for a gay man. For a lot of people, it is difficult to understand.
"I hope we’ll see acceptance of gay marriage of the courts and by the public at large," he said. By Shelby Sebens Gary Gates