Vloggers and spouses Domo and Crissy have had some people say hateful things because Domo, the more masculine of the two, is pregnant. Their response? Dancing.
It’s the first week of a new era, but there’s one thing I know: Even if LGBTQ content is being scrubbed from the White House website, LGBTQ families are still here.
A book from a long-running, NYT-bestselling series and the first novel by a transgender mother both win the American Library Association’s annual Stonewall Book Award for LGBT-inclusive children’s and young adult books.
Rev. Robert Jeffress, who preached at a private prayer service for now-President Donald Trump just before the inauguration, once tried to remove Heather Has Two Mommies and Daddy’s Roommate from his local library—but his efforts backfired.
Yesterday, I explored what President Obama has done to make lives better for LGBTQ families. Today, his last day in office, I simply want to highlight a few specific quotes from him and say “Thank you.”
As President Barack Obama ends eight years in office, let’s reflect on what he and his administration have done to advance understanding of and equality for LGBTQ parents and our children.
What better place to be the week of the Inauguration than among 4000 or so queer folks? That’s why I’m extra excited to be heading off this week to the National LGBTQ Task Force’s Creating Change conference in Philadelphia. If you’ll be there, too, please leave a comment!