parents of lgbt kids
"This time last year I was standing in my closet with a noose around my neck wondering what it would be like to just end
Predictably less enthusiastic was the American Family Association's Tim Wildmon, who slammed the event as a "hijacking of
Jacqueline Alexander, Tennessee Mother, Allegedly Beat Son Because She Thought He Was 'Too Feminine' And Gay
“We certainly have lots of kids and adults who come into the [Memphis LGBT Community Center] who talk about being abused
Last week another young person, Daniel Pierce, was thrown out of his home for being gay. I have written about this on a number
If you are thinking about creating a family with someone, stop and think. Ask yourself, "Will this person love the children we create?" If the answer is "Maybe not," then perhaps it is time to take a big step back and do some real thinking.
Hilarious Parenting Tips from Celeb Dads 7. What others think is not about you, it's about them. Not to be crass, but anyone
Officials at San Francisco's Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory School said Jessica Urbina, 18, had violated the school's
Although the messages were deemed admissible evidence, prosecutors didn't emphasize them in their arguments to the jury, instead
My mom and dad did something that few people ever do: They walked their talk. They cut ties with their longtime church because they realized that their gay grandson wasn't welcome there. And they set out to find a truly open and affirming church. I knew how hard this was for them.
My son Jason was 18 years old, and we were a mess, both crying and laughing as we sat in my office. I'd just written the dedication to my soon-to-be-published book Hot Target, in which I introduced and capital-O-outed Jason to my hundreds of thousands of readers around the world.
The subtext -- the wondrous, beautiful subtext -- in that one small sentence can fill pages. The main message is: "Mom, I know who I am, and because I know who I am, I won't spend my life crashing around in despair, hurting myself and others, trying to be something that I can never be."
Instead of carrying a load of "are they, or aren't they" on your shoulder, instead create a safe space where your actions
In recognition of National Coming Out Day, I joined my mother and father, Jane and Joseph Clementi, in a conversation with LGBT rights activist Mitchell Gold to get to the heart of why coming out matters and how we can support young people as they go through this process.
I realized that the PFLAG China parents were looking to us in the U.S. for signs that the world is changing. I understood that our progress is their hope for their children and their families. China is watching us closely and believing that our evolution can be their future.
In this incredible letter, a grandfather passionately addresses his daughter's decision to kick her gay son out of the house after he decided to come out of the closet.
This man may deserve to win "Grandfather Of The Year." In this incredible letter, a grandfather passionately addresses his
"Are you a gay parent?" asked the stranger. Without a second's thought, I responded, "Yes! My 8-year-old son is gay." It wasn't until later that I realized that that wasn't what he was asking. He was asking whether I am a gay person who has kids. But that experience made me think about another.