Spotlight Series: Justin and Brett

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TNF: Tell me about your family. JUSTIN: Brett and I are the proud parents to 6 month old twins Jordyn and Sawyer born through surrogacy. We were blessed with two very special friends who offered, one as surrogate and the other as our egg donor. We have been together for going on 6 years and […]

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Foster Adoption: On The Road (To Gay Daddyhood) Again!

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By Henry Amador Our last visit had our MAPP classes completed and if you remember in part three we were then jumping through hoops and hoping to check things off that great big list that the state requires for all families hoping to become licensed and to be placed with a child. I wrote that […]

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Spotlight Series: Jason and Eric

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Spotlight Series sponsored by Quinny, a European stroller brand available in the United States. TNF: Tell me about your family. JASON: My spouse and I have been together going on 13 years though legally married almost six. We met online when he was in medical school, and I was living in NYC pursuing my dreams of […]

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Spotlight Series: Joey and Scott

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Spotlight Series sponsored by Quinny, a European stroller brand available in the United States. TNF: Tell me about your family?  JOEY: We got married last year in New York. Obviously it’s not legal in Texas, yet. I always say yet. A couple friends and my mom went up for the ceremony. We didn’t say anything about this […]

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Man Down! A Gay Dad Wants To Wave His White Flag

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By Henry Amador Tired, irritated, angry, distant, envious, tired, overwhelmed, tired, judgmental, did I say tired? These are some of the ways I have been feeling lately and that really has me feeling, well… tired, irritated, angry, distant, envious, overwhelmed, judgmental and tired, really tired. I was recently featured in an article on Buzzfeed about […]

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8 Things These Gay Dads Don’t Want To Hear

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By Henry Amador   1. When are you going to tell him he’s adopted and how do you think he’ll take the news? We’re not, we are planning on waiting until he is either eighteen or just senses that he’s different to SURPRISE him with the news. Adoption is not a bad word, we have […]

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