Adoption wars: Domestic vs. International
We’re thrilled to bring today’s guest post by Dawn Davenport. Dawn is the author of The Complete Book of International Adoption (Random House), a lawyer,
UPDATE: SC GSA Post Generates Heated Debate — Staff Weighs In
Last Thursday, May 22, Family Equality Council Blog Contributor Jeff Bennett posted about the high school principal in South Carolina who resigned in protest of
Adopting Adults: Resources, Experiences?
We recently received a request from a young man, over the age of 18, who has not had parental figures for a very long time.
when a boy wants to wear a dress to school.
I discovered an amazing article in an unlikely place: Cookie Magazine. The article is written by a mother whose son, Sam, asked, “Can I wear
John Selig interviews Jennifer Chrisler
We’re big fans of the John Selig Podcast (and of John Selig in general!) – so we were thrilled when John called to schedule an
What do you do about a homophobic teacher?
The “ask the experts” page of our website is one of our most popular – folks from around the country have many questions about the
Subprime Mortgage Crisis Meets LGBTQ Families?
I’ve been doing some poking around online about the subprime mortgage crisis, specificially looking to see if there are reports of it affecting LGBTQ couples/families
Explaining LGBT Families
Finally, a sensible answer to the question of explaining LGBT families to young children. A reader of the Seattle Times asks: How much information is
best time to have a baby?
We’re thrilled to bring the fourth in a series of guest posts by Stacey Harris. Stacey writes Evolved Moms, a blog for gay and lesbian
Talking to Children About Our Families
Greetings readers. This is the first in a series of blogs based on our newly relaunched publication, 52 Ways to be OUTSpoken. In case you’re
sex and parenting: can they coexist?
We’re thrilled to bring the third in a series of guest posts by Stacey Harris. Stacey writes Evolved Moms, a blog for gay and lesbian
school advice from the evolved mom
We’re thrilled to bring the first of many guest posts by Stacey Harris. Stacey writes Evolved Moms, a blog for gay and lesbian parents –