Making Spirits Bright
I just spent five very special days decorating the White House for the holidays. My body aches from the intense schedule but the experience is
Join Team Purple in the Fight Against Bullying
On October 17th we often hear calls to “Go Purple!” These calls are not cheers for a favorite football or baseball team whose color is
Celebrating LGBT History Month with Partnering Project with Yale University Library and San Francisco’s Harvey Milk Photo Center.
LGBT History Month is more than just a celebration of our movement’s past. For the LGBT community, it also serves as a reminder of how
Celebrating National Coming Out Day With Our Families
National Coming Out Day is a time to celebrate the strength, courage and fortitude of individuals who “come out of the closet” as being different.
Creating Safer Schools: The Stonewall National Education Project
Children with parents who are LGBT, or who identify as LGBT themselves, continue to face bullying, harassment and discrimination at school. Schools shouldn’t be a
Building Family Equality in Every Classroom
Parents can engage with their children’s schools in a variety of ways to help ensure a safe, supportive learning environment for their children. This list
A Mosaic Portrait of the Red State/Blue State Divide
For some LGBT families Family Week in Provincetown, MA is life changing – the first time they’ve had a chance to connect with other LGBT
Showing Pride In My Family
It was a school project that became a teachable moment about being proud of your family- not just for my kids, but also for me.
A Gay Dad on the Landmark Boy Scouts Decision: “It’s a Hollow Victory”
It’s Memorial Day weekend and I spent the drizzly, grey morning on a hike in the woods of Western Massachusetts with my twin 5-year old boys. We found
My Intern Experience with Family Equality Council
Looking up and down the street at a sea of people and consciously recognizing that each family had two moms, two dads, or some unique
Save the Date: Blogging for LGBT Families Day Is June 3
Join Mombian and blog in support of LGBT families on or before June 3rd, 2013. It doesn’t matter if you’re an individual or an organization,
More Nonsense From the Boy Scouts of America
This post was first published on the Huffington Post’s Gay Voices blog. The Boy Scouts of America would like you to think that they’ve changed. Armed with