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Winning the homework wars
Family / Kids / Parenting

Winning the homework wars

 As the end of winter break inched closer, B-Man asked, “Do you like it better when we’re in school or when we’re out of school?” “I love spending time with you guys,” I answered, “and when you’re home, I don’t get much work done. So I like both.” But I […]

Featured Family Portraits
Community / Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

  Last weekend, I volunteered at my daughter’s school for an open house. As I greeted prospective families at the door, I met a few two mom families. I was thankful to be there to greet them, to welcome them, to let them know without even saying anything that their […]

Featured Family Portraits
Community / Family / Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

  It’s featured family time! I love these families. Read on to hear from them…   “Hi! I’m Ellen my partner is Cassie. No kids yet but we do have 4 fur babies: 3 cats (Abby,  Philip, and Evan) and our dog is Maggie. We met online, but we went […]

I’m Not the Parent Al Gore Wants Me To Be
Family / Kids / Parenting

I’m Not the Parent Al Gore Wants Me To Be

We are not the type of parents who expect our child’s school to take care of teaching her everything. We work on manners. We work on body control. We do our best to work numbers and letters into our everyday activities. But there are some things we’re just not so good […]

Featured Family Portraits
Community / Family / Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

It’s Featured Family time! Our three families rule this week. Let’s take some time to get to know them a little better! “Ruth and Katrina are a couple from Indianapolis. After over five years of a long distance relationship, they are finally living together! And loving it. The distance has […]

Featured Family Portraits
Community / Family / Kids / Portraits

Featured Family Portraits

It’s featured family time! When I think about the time when I came out, I can’t help but think mostly about how alone I felt. How I didn’t really know any other queer people, and certainly not out queer people. I often wonder how different it would have been 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. […]

VillageQ: A Little Castro in Your Laptop
Identity / Life

VillageQ: A Little Castro in Your Laptop

  I am a middle child, chronologically situated three years after my sister and five years before my brother. But the middle-ness of my place doesn’t end there. On the spectrum of living experiences, my sister, a dedicated stay-at-home parent, enthusiastic cheerleading coach, and recently-blooming tennis superstar at her athletic […]

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 […]

¡Arriba México! Moving forward on Marriage Equality
News & Politics

¡Arriba México! Moving forward on Marriage Equality

Last week some amazing news came from Mexico regarding same-sex marriage. To understand what’s going on, I had a long chat (more than two hours!) with Mexican activists Criseida and Ana. They have been blogging as Las Dos Mamis since 2006 as Las Dos Mamis. Their blog was one of the […]