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Gay Marriage Does Affect My Heterosexual Marriage
Life / Sex & relationships

Gay Marriage Does Affect My Heterosexual Marriage

Clare Davina, a longtime regular contributor here at Lesbian Family (first post: 12 July 2007!), also blogs at Musings from inside, outside, and underneath.  Her post below is the tenth in our Lawfully Wedded Life series, and the first to look at heterosexually wedded life and how same-sex wedded life affects it.  Do you […]

Featured Family Portraits
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Featured Family Portraits

  This week’s featured families are @m_bessterrell, @hapafive, and @retrobirdie. We love these families! One was married in Massachusetts, one is fighting for marriage equality in California, and one is fighting for marriage equality in Missouri. Thank you for sharing your families with us!   Melissa and her wife, Leslie, […]

From Being Bullied to Being an Ally
Media / News & Politics / News from the community

From Being Bullied to Being an Ally

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 […]

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Featured Family Portraits

  We’re going world-wide this week for our featured families! We have a family from Australia, one from Canada, and one from North Carolina here in the United States!     Our first family this week are the Canadians. Manda and Brandi have been together for three years. Manda’s daughter […]

Legally Wedded
Sex & relationships

Legally Wedded

Jen Bauer, who blogs at Adventurous Moms, files the ninth in our Lawfully Wedded Life series.  She lives in Massachusetts, and thus has a number of years’ experience with lawfully wedded (lesbian) life. But she and her wife chose, after a Massachusetts marriage, to have a South Carolina wedding. Read on to learn […]

Wanted: A Few Good Queer Stepparents
Family / Family-building

Wanted: A Few Good Queer Stepparents

[Today we are sharing a piece from Katie L. Acosta, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Tulane University in New Orleans. Her teaching and research is focused on gender, sexuality and the family.  Katie originally contacted me because she was looking for participants for a study she is doing on same-sex stepparent families. […]

Featured Family Portraits
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Featured Family Portraits

It’s featured families time! This week, our featured families are Melissa and Finn, Hales and Lianna, and Tee, Candice and Trinity. Thank you for sharing your families with us!   Melissa is one of my friends through blogging and mutual friends and all that good stuff that happens when friends […]

Featured Family Portraits
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Featured Family Portraits

This week’s Featured Family Portraits are all from Instagram (but hold on to your hats, we’re going to be introducing a way for you to get us your beautiful family images through other means, soon!).  We’ve got families from  Nevada to Michigan to Sweden. Yep, Sweden! We ask every Featured Family […]

In Case You Missed It: 8 April – 13 April 2013
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In Case You Missed It: 8 April – 13 April 2013

Gays on TV, Chilean census statistics, donor siblings and anti-bulling: we’ve got it all this week! Did you miss anything? Here’s all that happened over here this week for you to catch up! Titles are links and links are love, so click click click your way through! The Media Mirror […]

The Media Mirror
Media

The Media Mirror

I’m a media hound. I confess. Significantly less of one since getting together with J, lo these many years ago, but we’ve come to a sort of middle ground, where she watches much more than she used to, and I watch much less than I used to. All the same, […]