Monthly Archives: August 2013

A Gay Dad Pulls His Kids out of Private School and into Public, to Celebrate California’s New Transgender Respect Law

I got the news at the beginning of summer. The school my sons had gone to for the past five years was closing. With sadness, I needed to find them a new private school. I checked out the local public … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad’s Open Letter to the International Olympic Committee: Move the Damned Games Already

Two masters of the art come face to face and battle wits, brawn, and skill to win their meet and emerge victorious. While that could be a description of an instance at the Olympic Games, it is really an observation … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad’s Family Teaches the Ex-Gay Movement How to Throw a Real Party

This is a tale of two parties. Like the Dickens book, one personified the best of times, and one . . . well, one was a disaster without historic precedent. No, it was not the French Revolution, it was the … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Wonder by Ken Jansen

Guest blog by Ken Jansen. This has nothing to do with rights, nothing to do with Equality. I’m not going to rant about what’s happening in the world, or about violence, injustice, bigotry or hatred. This is not the kind … Continue reading

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