Thinking about getting pregnant? Want a guide that’s both fun and practical, avoids saccharine platitudes, and is inclusive of two-mom families? Here’s a new book just for you.
Today’s post is a guest piece by Sarah Toce, publisher and editor-in-chief of The Seattle Lesbian and a former nanny (who is now a mom herself). She offers us a reminder that nannies are people, too, have lives outside of their jobs, and deserve to be treated with respect.
Vloggers Ebony and Denise, a two-mom family with three kids, have had one of their videos sponsored by Campbell’s V8 +Energy Drink—and it’s a cute one.
The picture here shows a delicious chocolate cake. Here’s the recipe—the recipe is about the cake. The case being heard at the U.S. Supreme Court today, however, despite having cake in its name, is not really about the cake, but about our civil rights.
I’m thinking about courts this week, as a few recent court cases have involved same-sex parents and our right to be recognized as parents, as well as the right of same-sex couples (with or without kids) to gain the benefits of marriage. Luckily, things seem to be (mostly) in our favor.
Today is World AIDS Day, so I’m continuing my tradition of sharing stories and statistics about parents and children with HIV/AIDS, especially since our current president, in his proclamation for the day, has refused to specify any of the communities disproportionately affected by the disease.