Senator Shaheen Reintroduces the Charlie Morgan Military Spouses Equal Treatment Act
Last week, Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire re-introduced the Charlie Morgan Military Spouses Equal Treatment Act, federal legislation that would expand access to benefits
Help Us Appeal to the Supreme Court for Marriage Equality
ATTENTION – MICHIGAN, OHIO, KENTUCKY, TENNESSEE FAMILIES! Remember Family Equality Council’s amazing “Voices of Children” amicus briefs, that we filed first in the historic Windsor case
Glancing Back. Hoping Forward.
As the final minutes of 2014 tick away, thoughts come rushing to my mind. Thoughts about the 2014 marriage equality milestones. Thoughts about my wife
I Got a Dad & a Daddy: The Archer-Kendall Family Story
“The potential for great deeds are inside all children; it is up to us as parents to provide the tools to bring them to light.”
Just In Time
After years of wanting, months of planning and even more months of waiting, the dream of creating a family is now becoming a reality for
Henry Amador Joins the Southern Advisory Council
Photo Credit: Lisa Rigby Family Equality Council is happy to welcome our newest Southern Advisory Council member, Henry Amador. Henry currently lives in Durham, North Carolina and
A Forever Family in our Hearts: THE NORMAND-GUZZARDO FAMILY
Being from the conservative South, the unknown of the adoption process and what obstacles might be ahead of us was definitely not overshadowed by our
Longing to Be Parents:The Cavanaugh-McAdoo Family Story
My partner Sean Cavanaugh and I both came from strong families, and always wanted to have a family of our own. Longing to be parents,
Appeals ruling delays this gay couple’s return to Michigan
My day started as it often does — hitting snooze a few too many times, feeding the dogs, packing lunch for my 4-year-old son, Lucas, dropping him off at school before putting
Adoption Is Not For the Weak: The Fox-Simes Family Story
We are careful with stories. The intimate stories of how our family came to be are for our children. Anyone who has children who were
What a Difference a Year or Two Makes!
Veteran’s Day has always been a day of celebration in our family. Generations of my family have given service to this incredible country: grandparents, aunts,
Our Forever Family: The Cobb Family Story
I always wanted to adopt. Ever since I was a teenager, I knew that adoption would be something that I would do. I am adopted.