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Featured Family Portraits
Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

how safe is it to buy Clomiphene online   It’s Featured Family time! This week’s families come from the VQ family. Our own contributors are sharing their families because queer families rule. “The Dumesnil-Vickers family lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Cheryl writes about their adventures in suburbia on VillageQ.” You can find Cheryl on twitter @lovesongforbabyx […]

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Family / Parenting

You can ask

  Ezekiel blogs with Gail, his partner of 12 years, at First Time Second Time.  He is a 35-year-old trans dad of two.  I recently discovered the blog when I was updating our blogrolls, and I am so sad that it is took me this long.  I love First Time […]

Taking on Mother Russia
News & Politics

Taking on Mother Russia

I was 17 when I was arrested for the first, and thus far, only time in my life. I’d like to say I was cheesed for something badass, like stealing a car or selling dope. But, no, nothing that glam. During my freshman year at Yeshiva University Stern College for […]

Featured Family Portraits
Community / Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

  When I first realized I am not straight, the first thing I thought was that I had lost my community. I thought I was alone. Thankfully, I was so wrong. It took a little searching but I found my community. Online. In blogs and chat rooms, it was there. […]

Mexico City celebrates same-sex marriage
News & Politics

Mexico City celebrates same-sex marriage

A few weeks back, on July 14,  Miguel Ángel Mancera Espinosa, Mexico City Governor, served as witness for the communal wedding of 26 same-sex couples.  In a statement after the ceremony, he proclaimed that the government of  Mexico City plans to refine public policies for all sectors of society.  In fact, […]

Featured Family Portraits
Community / Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

  It’s featured family time! Each week, I am busy digging into the amazing queer community over on Instagram to find new families to share with you. Because queer families rule. And because we can all use a whole lot more of seeing families that look like us. Let’s meet […]

Linguistic Relativity and (Queer) Identity
Identity / Life

Linguistic Relativity and (Queer) Identity

Language, in fact, defines the way we think. Stop. Think about that sentence. The idea really blows my mind… although it seems so simple at first.   But it is really hard to grapple with an issue when you can’t name it.  In fact, often, naming something is seen as […]

The Fosters Roundtable: The Morning After (Episode 5)
Culture / Family / Media / Parenting

The Fosters Roundtable: The Morning After (Episode 5)

  Spoiler alert-o-rama!  These weekly Roundtables are your place for lesbofamily banter about the new ABC Family show The Fosters, and they’re chock-a-block with SPOILERY content.  You’ve been warned!  Episode Synopsis: Passion takes Jesus and Lexi by surprise, and soon they realize there may be consequences. Meanwhile, Brandon objects to Callie’s […]

Featured Family Portraits
Community / Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

  It’s featured family time! Our three families this week come to us through Instagram, where it’s a marriage equality celebration this week! One of my favorite features of Instagram is the hashtag. While on Twitter, hashtags are used to connect ideas, on Instagram, they’re used to connect photos. Searching […]

The Fosters Roundtable: Quinceañera (Episode 4)
Culture / Family

The Fosters Roundtable: Quinceañera (Episode 4)

Spoiler alert-o-rama!  These weekly Roundtables are your place for lesbofamily banter about the new ABC Family show The Fosters, and they’re chock-a-block with SPOILERY content.  You’ve been warned!  Episode Synopsis:  Lena wants Mariana’s quinceañera to be perfect, but Mariana uncovers a secret that may ruin her day. Meanwhile, Lena’s mom visits; […]