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VillageQ Advice from Ms. Radcliffe: Bullied by Our Vegan Son

Sick of being told that, as lesbians, we should feel a greater sense of responsibility to the earth and to sentient beings. What does one thing have to do with the other? Can’t we be dykes who love burgers, leather, and turbo?

Dear Ms. Radcliffe: Coming out in the Bible Belt
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Dear Ms. Radcliffe: Coming out in the Bible Belt

Two men and a baby: Should they remain in the closet in their small town?

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VillageQ Advice from Ms. Radcliffe: Fear of Four-Year-Old Fashionista

Dear Ms. Radcliffe, My wife and I have a 4-year-old son who has always preferred traditional girl toys to boy toys, girl clothes to boys. He loves pink, glitter, nail polish…the whole nine yards. He doesn’t say he wants to be a girl, but he does like to dress like […]

VillageQ Advice from Ms. Radcliffe: Fatigue from Fielding Fatherhood Questions
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VillageQ Advice from Ms. Radcliffe: Fatigue from Fielding Fatherhood Questions

The moment you hire a surrogate or sign up for in vitro fertilization trials, you simultaneously sign away your rights to privacy about the most personal details of your intimate life. Or so it would seem.

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VillageQ Advice: Dear Ms. Radcliffe #1

Whenever our six-year-old draws a picture about a family or plays family with his friends, there is always a mother and a father—never two mothers or two fathers.