Danish Supermodel, Josephine Skriver, Joins the Outspoken Generation Program
For Immediate Release April 3, 2014 Contact: Cindi Creager, CreagerCole Communications(646) 279-4559, email@example.com “It’s important for me to use my voice to help the
Becca Gorman Gets Outspoken for Change
Our newest Outspoken Generation member, Becca Gorman, is making strides towards equality at the age of 15. She might be young, but her advocacy to
My “Normal” Everyday Life With Lesbian Parents
My name is Zan Rabney, and I am thirteen years old. I was born at Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan, and I have lesbian parents. My
Our Family Story
We were living in Minneapolis at the time our son, Benjamin, began kindergarten. We loved our elementary school and especially the kindergarten teacher, who was
Wed: National LGBTQ Equality Story Summit!
Post-election analysis from the Prop 8 campaign shows that one-on-one storytelling is one of the most effective ways to bring people to the side of
Want 52 Ways to Work Toward Equality?
Now in its 4th year, “52 Ways to be OUTSpoken” is your family’s weekly guide for making change in 2009. Download the document, print it,
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
Rick Warren: Wrong Choice for Inaugural Invocation
Jennifer Chrisler, Executive Director of Family Equality Council, has released the following statement to the media regarding President-elect Obama’s offensive choice of Rick Warren to
“A Little Fruitcake” Author Talks Telling Family Stories
The following is a guest post from gay dad, author, and university professor David Valdes Greenwood (left). The staff of Family Equality Council had the
Lessons from Huckabee: Framing the Debate
A few days ago, Mike Huckabee (former Governor of Arkansas, GOP presidential contender, and Evangelical Christian) was a guest on “On Point,” an NPR show