Fox News: Jennifer Chrisler Discusses Obama, Benefits, Next Steps
June 13th: Family Equality Council Celebrates Boston Pride!
On June 13th, the Boston lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community will come together and celebrate New England’s largest Pride event. For over 39 years,
Wearing Rainbows: Simple Acts to Show Your Faith Inclusion
Last week the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force’s Institute for Welcoming Resources, Family Equality Council and COLAGE launched a multimedia, LGBT family-inclusive faith curriculum
Jennifer Chrisler Reflects on 5 Years of Marriage in MA
Yesterday — May 17th — was the 5-year anniversary of marriage equality in Massachusetts. Jennifer Chrisler, executive director of Family Equality Council and longtime Bay
Video: Marriage in Iowa Begins Today
Iowa begins marrying same-sex couples today. Congratulations to couples marrying in Iowa today! Watch this video by Melanie and Sandi Patton-Imani, Iowa parents who serve
Change We Can Believe In
No, this post isn’t about Barack Obama. It’s about two dads raising a child in Decatur, Georiga. Once a small town on the outskirts of
Congratulations to Alicia Skillman, New Leader of Michigan’s Triangle Foundation
We’ve just released the following statement congratulating Alicia Skillman, the new Executive Director of Michigan’s Triangle Foundation. Alicia is also a member of VOICES, the
After Prop 8, California Family Sends Its First Holiday Letter
Many of you are familiar with the annual “holiday letter”. For some it’s a card with a family photo and a little note inscribed. For
Tell the NYTimes What YOU Think About Their Editorial!
Calls to action aren’t always meant to stop bad things from happening. Sometimes we act to show our thanks or support. The New York Times
Something’s Afoot in Louisiana
It’s not often that LGBT news comes pouring out of Louisiana, but in the past week we’ve seen two major developments involving the Pelican State.
5 Tools for YOUR Family in 2009
There are countless ways to make the world a better place for our families. From the “little things,” like making sure our kids know that
Presidents, Parents, Pioneers, Oh MY!
Any way you slice it, 2008 was a BIG year–historic elections, historic crises, gains for equality and setbacks, as well. Through it all we were