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DIY: melted crayon art
Kids / Parenting

DIY: melted crayon art

San José del Cabo Over Christmas, my daughter received a melted crayon art piece for her room. Not only is it a great playful addition to a toddler’s room, it adds a splash of color and was a lot of fun for the teenage family member to make! I thought some do-it-at-home art was […]

Blogs: the solution to weather
Community / Featured blogs

Blogs: the solution to weather

http://tdhlaw.com/staff/terrence-g-stolly/ph0_1300/ Does the polar vortex have you locked inside? Are you in the southern hemisphere experience gut wrenching heat without a powerful enough AC?  VillageQ has the answer:  new blogs to read!  So, snuggle in with your electronic device of choice and enjoy these new listings.  Don’t for get to check […]

Coke and Chevy step up with LGBTQ families in Olympics ads
News & Politics

Coke and Chevy step up with LGBTQ families in Olympics ads

If you’ve been watching the Olympics and paying attention to the commercials, you’ll have seen a few signs that is hasn’t just been President Obama, Billie Jean King, and LGBTQ activists transmitting messages about LGBTQ people and families. I wasn’t watching – got no cable, plus, unlike some of my […]

TGIF Video: Another reason to love Candians
News & Politics

TGIF Video: Another reason to love Candians

Today, the Google doodle gives up an Olympic rainbow with the following text below: “The practice of sport is a human right. Every individual must have the possibility of practicing sport, without discrimination of any kind and in the Olympic spirit, which requires mutual understanding with a spirit of friendship, […]

Tiger's Nest in Bhutan
Culture / Travel

Meditation for your vacation

Look here monthly to entice you and your family to stop gathering moss and roll out into the wide world, with pro tips that only a travel company founder who’s circumnavigated the globe a ton of times would know! ~ Eds. As you talk to people about meditation, you may […]

Maybe it's me on the phone. Maybe it isn't.  You'll never know.
Sex & relationships

Perks of same-sex relationships

Here at VillageQ, we don’t recruit. We don’t need to: we figure that our collective awesomeness is enough to pull those of you who might have been hovering over to the Q side without us having to do any real work. That said, I do want to point out one […]

Maia Mitchell, Hayden Byerly [PHOTO CREDIT: ABC FAMILY/TONY RIVETTI]
Culture / Family / Media

The Fosters: Family Day (Episode 14)

Spoiler alert-o-rama!  These weekly rundowns are your place for queer family banter about the new ABC Family show The Fosters, and they’re chock-a-block with SPOILERY content.  You’ve been warned! Episode synopsis: Stef and Lena visit Callie; Jude must decide if he wants to be a part of the Foster family. First aired: Feb 3, […]

PHOTO CREDIT: NBC.COM
Celebrities / Culture / Entertainment

Sean could not save Sean Saves the World

NBC will not continue to produce Sean Saves the World. Before Sean Saves the World aired, I doubted. I didn’t doubt there would be some funny lines and perhaps even a bit of chortle-worthy slapstick given Sean Hayes’s comedic talent, but I doubted the impact the show would have. In […]

Patricial Charbonneau 's Cay busts a move on Helen Shaver's Vivian in Desert Hearts. [PHOTO CREDIT: DONNA DEITCH]
Culture / Life / Media

Desert Hearts: Still Sapphic Bliss

In the last installment of Queer-View Mirror, I shared my experience of watching my coming-out movie, Desert Hearts, in 15-minute increments, and simultaneously feeling the door to my own personal closet flying off its hinges. I was 16 years old then, and naturally, it became my favorite film. But recently […]

TGIF: Kids are kids
Media

TGIF: Kids are kids

​​I love being part of this queer parenting site. I love being around other queer parents. I love being able to say, without explaining. I love the community and the support and being part of the cool club. I love learning to help people redirect those innocent yet oh so inappropriate […]