Post Tagged with: "Pride"

PHOTO CREDIT: Lanakila MacNaughton
Advice / Life

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?

Much Ado about Pride
Identity / Life

Much Ado about Pride

I have a confession to make. Twin Cities Pride is this weekend and I’m not going.

A Question for PRIDE Month: Is There Such a Thing As the Gay Community?
Identity / Life

A Question for PRIDE Month: Is There Such a Thing As the Gay Community?

As we become safer in places where we are alone and have less need to huddle together, will we connect? Is there such a thing as the “gay community?”

Photo credit: CJ Prince
Identity / Life

Why Pride?

After 20 years, why is Pride still important?

7 Tips for Taking Your Kids to PRIDE
Family / Kids

7 Tips for Taking Your Kids to PRIDE

It can be a bit more challenging to navigate the festivities with little kids in tow but here are a few tips to help things go smoothly.

Getting Bi
Family / Life

Getting Bi

So what do you do when you’re at Pride, and the people at the next organization’s table are also your neighbors* — the neighbors that abuse their dogs? What if they’re the sole souls at the “Republicans for Equality” table? What if your four-year-old won’t stop playing with their kids, […]

When do we teach our kids about hate?
Family / Parenting

When do we teach our kids about hate?

My partner and I are lucky. We can afford to live in Maplewood, an unusually diverse New Jersey suburb, where the gays are plentiful and tolerance seems to have graduated to full acceptance. As far as our two daughters know, their two-mom family is just another flavor of family in […]

Boston Pride
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Boston Pride

It was Pride weekend here in Boston this past weekend. Even though we went last year as a family, our first since having Roozle, this year was different. It was the first big event since the Boston Marathon. Our first time being out as a family in a large crowd. […]

Open Letter to the Mom I Met on the Train
Family / Parenting

Open Letter to the Mom I Met on the Train

We chatted just a little, all on our way home. My wife and child and I from Pride, you and your son from the Nats game. He was adorable (and yet his fit over not getting to play a game on your phone was reassuring in that way where all […]