Tag Archives: raising my rainbow

Sharing A Disney Princess Memory with Your Gender Non-Conforming Son

Lori Duron is a mom to a gender non-confirming child, C.J. She writes about her experiences at her blog entitled Raising My Rainbow. In an excerpt from one of her posts below, Lori gives us an example of how to … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Video Review: Tom Goss’s ‘Illuminate the Dark’

Aside from the message of not being judgmental based on appearances, I really like that this video has one of my favorite bloggers, Lori Duron, as a participant. Duron is the mother of a gender non-conforming boy. In her words, … Continue reading

Posted in Music | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Gender Non-Conforming Playgroup Networking: Help Start it Up

Lori Duron, mother of a gender non-conforming child and author of the blog Raising My Rainbow, posts a query about what might be the best way to facilitate a network of playgroups for other gender-non conforming/creative children. From her blog … Continue reading

Posted in activism, LGBT Youth, Transgender | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Gender Politics and Toys

The below editorial post was written by Laurie Duron, blogger of Raising My Rainbow, which chronicles Duron’s journey as she raises a “boy who likes girl stuff.” While the editorial was written for Christmas, the message within it is relevant … Continue reading

Posted in Gender Politics | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Quote of the Day: Birthday Invites for Gender Nonconforming Kids

Today’s quote of the day comes from one of my favorite blogs, Raising my Rainbow. Raising my Rainbow is the blog of a mom’s experience raising a gender nonconforming child. C.J., Rainbow Mom’s son, love pink, sparkly stuff, throwing sassy … Continue reading

Posted in Quotes | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

This is Why We Fight For Equality

Raising My Rainbow is a blog from a mom who is raising a gender nonconforming son. Her latest post sums up the reasons why we as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBTQ) people are all fighting for equality: How do … Continue reading

Posted in bullying, Transgender | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

I Must Have Missed the Passage in the Bible where Jesus Says to Punch Your Kids

If you have read any blogs or websites today LGBT or otherwise, you have probably heard about the infamitory comments made by Sean Harris, Pastor of Berean Baptist Church in Fayettville, NC. If you missed it listen to the below. … Continue reading

Posted in bullying, Commentary, Religion | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Why It Gets Better: A Father’s SUPPORTIVE Reaction to his Gay Son

First some background: February 2012, Amelia, a blogger over at Huffington Post wrote about her 7-year-old son who told her that he was gay and her reacation (in this case non-reaction) to the announcement. Now, we get Dave’s, the dad, reaction to it: … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary, It Gets Better | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Owning It

This repost comes from one of my favorite blogs, Raising My Rainbow, which is about a mom’s journey as she raises a gender non-conforming son. In this post she writes about her pride in her eldest son’s defense of his … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment

No Limits Playtime Equals No Limits for a Lifetime

The following I discovered via one of my favorite blogs, Raising My Rainbow, a fantastic blog about raising a gender nonconforming son. Pink & Blue is a film project by James Parris about how the subtle messages that we send children … Continue reading

Posted in film | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment