States of Equality: Chris Strickland in Mississippi
Chris Strickland was born and raised in Mississippi and recently went back to school and completed a bachelors in criminal justice. Chris is a Mom,
States of Equality: Brittany & Jessica in Mississippi
States of Equality: Drew in Texas
States of Equality: Jason & Joe in Texas
Jason and Joe, a gay couple living in Dallas, fell in love and knew immediately they wanted to build a life together. But the couple’s dreams would be thwarted bigotry and bias against same-sex families.
States of Equality: April and Ginger in Alabama
Like many LGBTQ people, Ginger and April are worried about the impact of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court could have on their family. They are coming to Washington, DC during Kavanaugh’s nomination hearing to ask their Senators to vote no on his nomination.
Being Vulnerable, Being Open: Lola Jessika’s Family Story
By living as my true self, I can be an inspiration to my kids and contribute to raising a generation of kids who accept the LGBTQ community and LGBTQ families.
The Nabozny Family’s Foster-to-Adopt Journey
The Nabozny family's adoption success story is a perfect example of the kind of loving family we stand to lose if states are allow to grant a #LicenseToDiscriminate against LGBTQ people in the foster care and adoption system.