I feel sad that while this is happening in some states, there are people all across the country who have no idea when their rights will be validated.
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Let’s think about what we’ve seen happening to women’s rights, racial equality, roll backs on voting rights protection, to contraception and women’s health. All of these are our issues and exemplary of what happens when people turn their backs – when the mainstream drops out.
You know you are lost to the geekery of website design when redoing the internal page structure and navigation are cause for a thrilling announcement. And yet! All outward-facing signposts also indicate real internal things, and so too does our spanking-new navigational bar layout indicate an evolution in our focus. […]
This is VillageQ. VQ. The V to the Q. The V-Q-nator. We are so happy you’re here because you really bring out the Q in our V. Also, you look especially good today. Must be your true colors shining through. That’s why we love you, you know. You can be […]
[Today is Blogging for LGBT Families Day. This is my contribution. Make your own and link it, or read what others have written on Mombian’s master post, here.] Yesterday, as we watched a video, n said, “That baby has two moms.” She went on to explain that one mom was […]
Guest author and LGBT ally Sara posted this on her blog The Titleless Blog the Friday before Minnesota’s senate approved gay marraige (the photo appeared on her instagram). Sara is one of those blog friends who became a real life friend. I have “known” her through her blog since 2008 and […]
If you’ve been reading around the LGBT family blogosphere, you’re likely to have heard about Dana Rudolph’s Blogging for LBGT Families Day, something she’s hosted at Mombian for the past eight years. Many of you who blog already contribute; many of us who contribute here at Lesbian Family have logged […]
Watch me try to get through this post without using exclamation points at the end of every daggone sentence! I may not be capable of it! Why? Two reasons. 1) Salon LGBTQ is the first-ever national LGBTQ social media conference, gathering together queer folk online, our allies, and the brands that […]
Jen, who’s been listing her blog here since last fall, blogs at Adventurous Moms. She’s also a teacher at Lowell High School in Middleessex County, Massachusetts, and she started an Outdoor Adventures club at the school with the hopes, she describes on her About page, of “connecting our urban students […]
Many of you have likely been following the story of Caemon, who was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia last August (2012). His mothers charted their post-diagnosis journey at C is for Crocodile, and at this Facebook page for him. It is with a very heavy heart that I convey […]