My thoughts for the past few days have been in Paris, Beirut, and everywhere around the world that has felt the fear and impact of terrorism.
In an appalling move, Utah Juvenile Court Judge Scott Johansen ordered a foster child removed from the home of a married two-woman couple, saying the child would be better off with heterosexual parent.
“It’s not marriage equality until same-sex parents both appear on birth certificates” say two leading LGBTQ attorneys—and I couldn’t agree more.
In a state first, a Massachusetts court has said a nonbiological de facto mother was entitled to share custody with her ex, the child’s biological mother.
October is LGBT History Month, and I want to celebrate with a look at some of the historical milestones—of laws, visibility, and community—related to LGBT parents in the U.S.