Tag Archives: LGBT Parents

Show Your Family Pride with #MyQueerFamily

From The Huffington Post comes this request for photos of what our families look like; be they your close friends, pets, spouses or you and the kids: Yep. This is from her prom. "@huffpostgay: Are you proudly part of a … Continue reading

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This is What Gay Parents Look Like

The Huffington Post introduces us to Steven and Roger, an Arizona couple who are raising 12 adoptive kids. Despite living in a state where gay marriage is still prohibited, the longtime foster parents have successfully cleared several legal hurdles on … Continue reading

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The ‘Outspoken’ Children of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Parents

The Family Equality Council has created a campaign for children of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender parents to tell their story: The Outspoken Generation program empowers young adults with LGBT parents to speak out about our community’s families. These young … Continue reading

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Anti-Discrimination Adoption Bill to Include LGBT Protections

From The Washington Blade: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) is leading a group of lawmakers in the House and Senate who are preparing to introduce legislation that would prohibit bias in adoption services against gay couples seeking to adopt. The legislation, … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: You Can Attend the White House Easter Egg Roll with Your Partner

From OutServe-SLDN via The Huffington Post comes the below image of a gay military couple at the White House Easter Egg Roll. From The Huffington Post: The couple, who reportedly hail from Columbus, Ohio, was just one of several lesbian, … Continue reading

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Washington Blade Profiles Gay Parenting

The Washington Blade has published a special section in its October 12 issue on gay parenting. Topics cover portrayals of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) characters in television media; historic milestones in gay parenting; a profile of author Michael Shelton’s new … Continue reading

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Debunking Minnesota Marriage Minute Ep. 33

Below is the latest installment from Minnesota Marriage Minute. Pay particular attention to the highlighted articles that come at 0:57. Beyond the point of that this video really seems to help argue the points in favor of letting same-sex couples … Continue reading

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Gay Parents Highlighted in Proposed Film By Mark Ravitz

Filmaker Mark Ravitz is making a documentary called Take Me Home: The Birth Of An American Family. The film is about adoptive/foster parenting with a couple that just happens to be gay. Ravitz states that the film is not being … Continue reading

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Where Are The ‘Faring Worse’ Children of Same-Sex Parents?

The anti-gay marriage equality crowd often likes to cite how children do better in a home with a mother and a father. They like to cite data that backs up this claim. But one thing that we have yet to see … Continue reading

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Equality Should NOT Require a Quota

In the below Minnesota Marriage Minute, gay marriage equality opponents focus on the “small” percentage same-sex households raising children and how marriage shouldn’t be “redefined” for such a small percentage: First off, equality should never depend on a quota. To put this in perspective, … Continue reading

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