Lesbian Moms Speak Out About Talking To Their Daughter About “Sex”

Talking to your kids about sex

By Brandy Black I recently posted a video with my 7-year-old daughter and in it she explains how her two moms had a baby.  There was some controversy around it being “inappropriate” for people to talk about “sex” at this age. First of all, it wasn’t sex but more of a biology based explanation of […]

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Autistic Son Communicates About Abuse

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By Diane Ponist When raising a child with special needs you face struggles that many people could never understand. Of course, there are more rewards than challenges, and we chose our two special needs children. But even with having an advance idea of what to expect, it is still very tough at times. It helps a bit […]

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Spotlight Series: Suey and Christina

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Note from the editor: Suey and Christina have a beautiful little girl who’s a part of the foster care system and in accordance to the rules for foster care in NY her face cannot be shown.  TNF: How did you start your family? SUEY: When we met just under 5 years ago, one of the […]

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Spotlight Series: Stef and Tina

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TNF: Where do you live? STEF: We live in a small paniolo (cowboy) town called Makawao, this is on the Island of Maui in Hawaii. TNF: Did you always want to have kids? STEF: Yes from the time we were younger we both felt the desire to have kids. We both wanted lots of kids because we […]

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Mother’s Day Through A Gay Dad’s Eyes

Mother's Day for Gay Dads

By: Henry Amador Another Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Our fourth since our son was born. As any writer will tell you, especially a gay dad writer, this day gives birth (pun intended) to many articles about how our types of families handle this yearly event. And let me tell you, that there […]

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Spotlight Series: Nette & Jasmine

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TNF: How did you start your family? NETTE: We started our family within our family first. My sister decided to go to a University close to where we live. To help her stay close with her daughter our great niece moved in with us. Prior to that we finished taking our classes to foster/adopt kids. So with […]

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