Federal Benefits: Jennifer Chrisler’s Statement to the Press
Note: Jennifer Chrisler is now on Twitter. Follow her updates on the signing ceremony and what happens next. As most of you now know, President
Congress Hears Testimony on LGBT-inclusive Healthy Families Act
Progress has been made to pass the Healthy Families Act, an act which will provide seven paid sick days a year for workers to recover
In gratitude and grief: thoughts on the death of Dr. Tiller and what it means for LGBT families
We’re pleased to bring you the following guest post by Terry Boggis. Terri is the Director of Center Kids at the LGBT Center in NYC, a family
APA Releases New Studies on LGBT Stress
The American Psychological Association recently released three new studies on LGBT stress. These studies specifically look at the effects of anti-LGBT ballot initiatives on the
Today is 20th Anniversary of World AIDS Day
Today marks the 20th anniversary of World AIDS Day, founded in 1988. It was created to bring awareness to the HIV pandemic and its challenges.
How to Choose a Queer Affirmative Therapist.
We’re thrilled to bring today’s guest post by Ruth Neustifter, MSSW-MFT. Ruth Neustifter, MSSW-MFT is a sexuality educator, researcher and writer for The Explorers Blog.
Pride 2008 Petition: In Case of Emergency
Lambda Legal is aiming to collect 10,000 signatures in a petition to present to the next President. The petition, centered around Janice Langbehn’s tragic story,
how does health care impact your family?
Pride at Work is asking families to participate in their health care survey. They wrote: Poll after poll show working families view health care as
going green and saving green(backs): tips for parents
Queercents is one of my favorite LGBTQ blogs; I’m queer, cheap and appreciative of their creative and informative posts. Really, it’s a match made in
Another reason while only “Marriage” will do
Today, a recommended diary on DailyKos, tells the story of a couple who did all the paperwork (wills, health papers, etc) and had a “civil
December 1st is World AIDS Day – Stop AIDS. Keep the Promise.
Every day 6,000 children lose a parent to HIV/AIDS. Decades have gone by and still no cure, and families are still being destroyed and the
Which Families Matter: Some Healthcare Revelations
It’s no surprise to LGBTQ parents that the insurance industry discriminates against them and their families. From marriage and partner recogniction to legal parent status