Category Archives: Family
it’s probably going to be disregarded by some people — the ones who are mostly unreachable anyway — but the ACLU and the Child Welfare League of America have written the book on gay parenting; the newest one anyway, and it … Continue reading
It looks that way. Shannon, at Peter’s Cross Station, relates her story of how her posts about gay & lesbian parenting were consistently dismissed by the moderators about Adoption.Com. Trey, over at Daddy, Papa & Me, reminds us that he … Continue reading
It all started with my brief aside about Queerty’s finger-wagging in the general direction of gay parents whose kids were photographed at the White House egg roll, which was then picked up by AOL’s Worth Repeating blog. The editors at … Continue reading
We got a nice mention in an Advocate article on the egg roll. The gay families, meanwhile, said they felt welcomed by most of the other families, event volunteers, and White House staff. “I heard one of the other dads … Continue reading
Sorry this didn’t happen sooner, but after such a busy day Parker needed some special TLC. Poor little guy was so tired he didn’t know what to do, so I just finished rocking him to sleep and found a minute … Continue reading
Mine are coming, I promise, once Parker has gone to bed. (I spent more time taking video footage for Logo than I did taking pictures.) In the meantime, check out the pics from Joe Tresh.
We went, we saw, we rolled some eggs. More later, and pictures, after we recover.
Got an appointment to roll easter eggs at the White House this afternoon. Taking the camera. Will report back later.
When I crossposted the White House egg roll post to my DailyKos diary, I got a response that reminded me of something I blogged about a long time ago, which occurred to me yesterday during out brief encounter with the … Continue reading
It’s official. We we be among the gay families at the White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday. We picked up our tickets this morning, which is when we also learned just how the White House plans to handle it, … Continue reading
The hubby and I watched the last episode of TransGeneration on Logo last night. As with Rene’s story a couple of weeks ago, I was deeply moved and fascinated by the parents who accepted, embraced, and supported their children through … Continue reading
It just happens that several items in my news feeds this morning relate to a comment on a previous post. Why should my insurance rates go up because the company now has to include a new group of people? If … Continue reading
I haven’t had anything hugely positive to say about Virginia governor Tim Kaine, mainly because I see his positions on gay issues as a kind of bellwether for how Democrats might try to win over a few more conservative voters. … Continue reading
"Black Mothers ‘Don’t Reject Gay Sons’" Really? News to me. That’s what I said to myself when I read the headline above. Then I read further and understood. We’re talking about black mothers in Britain. In a direct challenge to … Continue reading