Distorting “Every Child Deserves a Family”
Our thanks to Carlos Maza. See his original post, with intact links, at Equality Matters. The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) posted an article from LifeSiteNews warning about
Paid Sick Days: Moving Forward with LGBT Health
Last week was critical for the health of the LGBT community. On the tails of the study released by the Institutes of Medicine (IOM), the
April 1 is National Census Day and it’s not an April Fool’s Joke – the Census will be counting LGBT families.
By Gary J. Gates, Williams Distinguished Scholar, Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law LGBT families need to be visible and counted in the 2010 Census.
Breaking: MN House Committee Passes Safe Schools Bill
The Minnesota Legislature took one more important step toward enacting stronger bullying and harassment laws today. In the past few weeks, both the Senate and
Education Secretary Pledges to Make Schools Safe for All
Education Secretary Arne Duncan recently met with members of GLSEN about safe schools issues nationwide. The meeting, the first ever between a secretary of education
Rallies: Repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell & Adoption Ban in Florida
We’ve been busy this week working towards equality for LGBT families. We were proud to be involved in two important events in Washington D.C. and
Participate in Research: Gay Dad-Headed Families
Are you a gay dad? Would you be willing to answer some confidential questions about your life and about your family? The purpose of this
Major Law Firm Lends Family Equality a Hand
The Family Equality Council is very excited to announce a new, strategic partnership with Bryan Cave, LLP, a major international law firm. Through pro bono
Parent Power: Family Engagement in Election 08
Election Day is one week from today. In California, Arizona, Florida, Arkansas and many other states and communities, our families’ health and security are at
Transgender Rights Upheld in Maryland — Major Victory!
We here at Family Equality Council were thrilled to hear that the ballot measure to repeal Montgomery County, Maryland’s transgender protections ordinance failed to qualify
The Queer Next Door
In my weekend blog reading, I came across this insightful post by blogger Christopher Aqurette of Aqurette.com. The post is being reproduced here for your
New Study Reveals LGBT Educators Experience in Schools
I receive regular updates about safe schools work and issues around the country from the wonderfully active Safe Schools Coalition. A big THANK YOU to