A new policy brief gives us a great summary of the state of social science research about lesbian and gay parents and our children.
On Saturday, my son became a bar mitzvah, taking on the mantle of Jewish adulthood. I couldn’t be prouder—and I couldn’t be more thankful for the family and friends who came together to support him.
I’m about to be the mother of a teenager. A little event we’re having for the occasion on Saturday means I’m going to be too busy actually parenting to be writing about parenting for the next couple of days. Hope you understand.
A new study on the health of children with two moms is the first to use a nationally representative survey to compare only children whose parents have been in a continuous relationship. It concludes they’re doing just fine, thank you.
The fifth episode of Sez Me, a gender-expansive and queer-positive Web video series for kids, drops next Wednesday, so take time now to catch up on any of the previous episodes you’ve missed.