Tag Archives: Gay families

A Gay Dad’s Thank You to Justice Kennedy for Hearing My Kids’ Voices

A few months ago, I wrote a blog piece in anticipation of the Supreme Court review of marriage equality and the Prop 8 and DOMA cases.  In that piece, an open letter to Justice Anthony Kennedy, I invited the jurist to dinner … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad Reflects on the Terrorism in Newtown Connecticut

It was supposed to be a good day.  I had just finished a blog piece and was scoping online for some final references.  Then I saw it.  It was a plea in a Facebook post by my friend Kergan asking … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Romney Shake the Etch-a-sketch Next Tuesday

When I was a child, the etch-a-sketch was one of my favorite toys.  Framed in red,  it had an impressive screen where one could draw all sorts of fanciful things with the two left and right knobs at the bottom … Continue reading

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