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TGIF Video: U GO CA! And Kate
Celebrities / Culture / Media / News & Politics

TGIF Video: U GO CA! And Kate

purchase Gabapentin 300 mg Clearly, some of us are a little nail-bitey over the whole SCOTUS decision wait. We already did a Wanda Sykes TGIF Videofest a few weeks back, so it would be a mite repetitive to repost her classic routine about same-sex marriage, before she came out. Though you do have to […]

Featured Family Portraits
Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

  It’s time for featured families! This week we have a blended family, adorable triplets, and a super cute cat who is totally into this featured family goodness. I love this family! When I ask to feature a family, I send along a little survey to get to know the […]

Lesbian Family and past Blogging for LGBT Families Days
Family / News & Politics / Parenting

Lesbian Family and past Blogging for LGBT Families Days

We have already written to encourage everyone to support Mombian’s 8th Annual Blogging for LGBT Families Day.  I thought I would share some of Lesbian Family contributor’s past posts (click on the links for the full post as I am just highlighting pieces).  Add your past submissions in the comments! […]

13 May 2013 New Yorker cover, by Chris Ware
Media

Thank You, New Yorker

In what you can bet will be a steady, week-long stream of observations, celebrations, and consternations around Mothers’ Day here at Lesbian Family, here’s something for the hallelujah column. The New Yorker’s upcoming issue will feature a two-mom family, in a beautiful illustration by Chris Ware. In a post describing […]

Equality and Dreams of Marriage
Culture / News & Politics / Sex & relationships

Equality and Dreams of Marriage

Welcome back to our Wednesday Lawfully Wedded Life. series. We took a pause last week, in light of the collective impact and aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings. We resume this week with guest author Michelle, who writes to us from some 3,000 west of Boston, in Washington state. The […]

How Sequestration Will Negatively Affect My Family
News & Politics

How Sequestration Will Negatively Affect My Family

Today’s guest post comes from Carol Rood, who blogs at Coffee, Clutter and Chaos. She also writes for The Next Family and has been featured on BlogHer. In her words: “I am one mom in a two mom household. We were both married to men when we met. We fell […]

Featured Family Portraits
Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

This week’s featured lesbian families from Instagram include @d_laney19, @elizbian_78, and @timbitgrrl.   Delaney and her girlfriend Samara are one of the cutest lesbian couples on instagram. All their adorable couple pictures are a great reminder to me to take more photos with my wife! You can follow Delaney and […]

Photo credit: Peter Hapak for TIME
Culture

About the Time Magazine Cover Story

A much-ballyhoo’ed issue of Time magazine hit the newsstands today.  By “much-ballyhoo’ed,” I mean they did a lot of advance PR for it among LGBT folks online (sample size of one: this reporter received an email).  By “hit the newsstands,” I mean, some folks are getting it in print today, […]

Featured Family Portraits
Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

Our featured families this week include @cjappleking, @treytrey, and @fern7. We adore these beautiful families!   Chrissy is  “wife to Shannan and mommy to Olivia & Sara – identical twin girls” who are now just a little over one year old.  She blogs over at let’s be moms, and you […]

Searching for Gay Dads: Parenting in the Shadow of the Plague
Guest blog posts / Life / News & Politics / Portraits

Searching for Gay Dads: Parenting in the Shadow of the Plague

Guest author  Keiko Lane, MFT,, is a psychotherapist in Berkeley, CA focusing on queer family planning with folks of all genders. She also teaches graduate and post-graduate courses on queer and multicultural psychotherapies and the psychodynamics of social justice. A poet and essayist, she writes about the intersections of LGBTQ […]