A seven- and a twelve-year-old, a world apart, have shared their views on being donor conceived.
A Florida bill that would have allowed adoption agencies receiving public funds to discriminate against LGBTQ people looks dead for now—but similar bills are alive in several other states.
Most of the marriage equality plaintiffs going before the U.S. Supreme Court next week are parents, and the well-being of children is likely to be a big factor in the case. Let’s meet some of these intrepid families.
Dave Isay, founder of the phenomenal StoryCorps oral history project heard on NPR (and on the Web), spoke recently about how the inspiration for StoryCorp came from his dad’s coming out and relating the story of Stonewall.
The Florida Senate is set to vote today on a bill that would allow adoption agencies using public funds to discriminate because of their “written religious or moral convictions or policies.” The bill is aimed primarily at stopping adoptions by LGBTQ prospective parents—but could also be used to discriminate based on race, religion, or other factors.