Monthly Archives: March 2014

Rejected and Alone, A Gay Young Man Finds His Home with a Same Sex Couple

This is a guest blog by Shaun O.  Shaun and evolequals blogger Rob Watson co-host the radio show, along with Steph Taylor, Saturday evenings at 7 pm Pacific time. From Shaun: “I dedicate this article to Corey, Mindy, and family. … Continue reading

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The Real True Story About How Parents Adopted Out Their Child When He Told Them He Was Gay

Early April 2013 a story on social media started immediately “going viral”.  72,000 people shared a story called, “PARENTS PUT 16 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER UP FOR ADOPTION AFTER LEARNING SHE IS GAY”.  Almost as suddenly as the story had taken … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad’s Requiem on the Death of Fred Phelps

I have been fighting for LGBT rights for a long, long time.  Fred Phelps was not always in that fight, but it feels like he was.  It feels like he has always been and always will be anti-gay hatred personified. … Continue reading

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Accept—No Exceptions—Accept

Good Signs Sunday It’s simple, really. The only thing I need to do as a parent, my LGBT child,is accept. Accept you like I would if you were short, or tall brown eyed, green, or blue blonde haired, or black. … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad Sounds Off: Dear Mr. Putin, No Nobel Prize for Child Abuse

 Vladimir Putin is used to winning.  He is undisputedly a winner from the recent LGBT confrontation-free Olympic Games.  He now has his eyes set on the Ukraine and he has taken control of the internet in Russia.   The biggest snowjob … Continue reading

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Why this question, MoveOn?

Today was the first time I’ve been asked by for my thoughts on whether they should send this petition to its members. I thought it was a strange one to ask and with no explanation about why, it made … Continue reading

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