Monthly Archives: May 2013

A Gay Dad Sounds Off About Fundamentalists Who Target My Kids

As a parent, my job one is the protection and care of my children. It is my job to be vigilant over their self-worth, to keep them physically safe, to show them how to be moral and productive citizens, and … Continue reading

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An Ally Calls

This is a blog by our Guest Blogger, Brianna Dugan.      This morning I had a conversation with a very special and important person in my life- someone whom I think the world of and feel that my life … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad Note to the Parents Who Are Seeking to Devastate Their 15 Year-Old Daughter and Her 18 Year-Old Girlfriend

I did a double take when I first saw it. A teen girl was expelled and ARRESTED for having a relationship with another girl. I hunkered down in full fury mode reading the case. Then, my racing mind came to … Continue reading

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Homophobia’s Cruel Mother’s Day

It was the Friday before Mother’s Day. I had published a blog piece on the nature of Mother’s Day and the celebration of all who feel mother love running through their souls. I was finishing up a high-tech piece at … Continue reading

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My Mother’s Day Card to Gay Dads (and All Other LGBT Parents)

Recently, author Jennifer Finney Boylan commented about her transgender experience: “After all these years, my own identity has wound up less altered than I had expected. It should not have been a surprise, perhaps, but the most shocking revelation after … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad Challenges Mike Huckabee to a Basketball Game

I have a confession to make. As much as I loathe clichés and generalizations, there is one that I live up to with incredible gusto. I typify the gay guy who doesn’t do sports. Not even a little bit. From the pains … Continue reading

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