A Gay Dad Looks At Himself And Wonders If This Is What Depression Looks Like.

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By Henry Amador So in February of this year I took a nasty spill on the tiny remaining bits of ice that lingered on our front steps. That day is still so vivid in my mind, the fall, the pain that shot through my arm and the look on my little boy’s face as he […]

Wishful Wedding: New Book in a LGBTQ Themed Book Series by Pigeonhole Books

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By: Amber Leventry The author and founder of Pigeonhole Books is on a mission. A.S. Chung is using picture books, a gentle tone, and clear but subtle language to help children understand life’s challenges. Using three different book series under the Pigeonhole name, Chung tackles and celebrates topics specific to divorce, same-sex couples and families, […]

Interracial & Same-Sex Marriage Equality Photo History

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By Alex Temblador History seems to have a way of repeating itself. Almost half a century ago, interracial marriage was legalized. Recently, the fight for same-sex marriage ended with a SCOTUS victory decision. It took two movements separated by almost fifty years for the United States to welcome in a true era of marriage equality. A quick […]

A Gay Dad Sounds Off on Christians Debating Whether or Not to Attend Their Friend’s Same Sex Wedding

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By Rob Watson On the Friday of the Supreme Court Marriage Equality Ruling, the news hit like a rainbow colored Tsunami. As I woke up that morning, I got a message from my friend Kevin of Stop-Homophobia. As one of my marriage equality heroes, he was the one from whom I would have wanted to […]

A Gay Dad Asks, Is One Child Not Enough?

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By Henry Amador Our adopting via foster care story continues here in North Carolina. As some of you know, we are licensed to take in two children and have previously expressed our willingness to adopt a sibling group. My husband wants a house full and our son will gladly say that he wants a brother […]

A Supreme Court Verdict of Love: Same-Sex Marriage Wins

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By Alex Temblador Imagine waking up one weekday morning, a morning no different from the days before it. Except it is. See, today the United States government no longer looks at you as a second-class citizen. Today, the Supreme Court of the United States of America has officially stated that you have the right to […]

King & King: A Children’s Fairy Tale At The Center Of Controversy

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By: Amber Leventry “I don’t understand you. Every prince in these parts is married. Every one of them but YOU! When I was your age, I’d been married twice already.” So bemoans the queen who is ready for her son to get married and take over the kingdom. She’s tired and she decides that by […]

The Pitcairn Islands Legalized Same-Sex Marriage Without Any Gay Couples

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On May 5, 2015, the Pitcairn Islands legalized same-sex marriage. With the passage of the Same Sex Marriage and Civil Partnership Ordinance of 2015, the Pitcairn Islands changed the definition of marriage to “marriage means the union of two people regardless of their sex, sexual orientation or gender identity.” The Pitcairn Islands are a British […]

India’s Acceptance, One Gay Matrimonial Ad at a Time

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By Alex Temblador In the United States, the acceptance of gay marriage and homosexuality is usually measured by polls and Supreme Court rulings. However, is same-sex marriage acceptance measured the same way all across the globe? Well, for India, a gay matrimonial ad in a newspaper might just be the kind of acceptance that shows […]