We share our five favorite LGBTQ+ moments of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
In honor of Love Month, we play a fun game with our vlog followers. We offer three scenarios and ask you to guess which one depicts our first kiss!
A look at a new survey that shows how workplaces with nondiscrimination policies are still not trans inclusive.
The Powerpuff Girls has always featured a classic trio, but on September 17th, a fourth member will be added to the mix! Though we don’t know the fourth Powerpuff Girl’s name, we do know she is black, rocks the color purple, and is voiced by lesbian South African singer Toya Delazy. Jamie Ondarza, Senior Vice […]
PFLAG, the nation’s largest LGBT family and ally organization, recently released a heartfelt video about coming out — but there’s a twist. Though coming out is a scary prospect for many LGBTQ+ individuals, the coming out process, as the video mentions, also includes the parents of those individuals and their process of coming out as […]
Back-to-school is crazy, as most parents know. But it’s not just a crazy, busy time before school starts. It also includes the first weeks — nay, first month — of the kids’ return back to school. Yes, it’s been a little easier for my wife and I now that all of our kids are at […]
We recently shared an article on social media congratulating Aaron Carter on coming out as bisexual. Unfortunately, the article received a not-so great comment and it sparked my wife and I to have a conversation on bisexuality and the discrimination that bisexuals often face within and outside of the LGBT community. Here’s the thing that […]
LGBTQIA+families have a lot of fears for their family. Will they be subjected to discrimination on vacation? Will other children tease their kids in school? And, will they be able to find a doctor who accepts their family and treats them with respect by providing top-notch medical care? Thanks to a new app, finding an […]
School started for our kids yesterday, but before the kiddos hit the books, we decided to take them on a last-minute vacation last week and it was wonderful. Somehow, with three kids, we have managed the art of traveling because each vacation just seems to get better and better. My wife and I brought the […]
School counselors are supposed to be at the disposal of all students — there to help kids navigate their emotions, puberty, school issues, bullying, home issues, and whatever else may arise. However, in some school districts, school counselors are strictly forbidden from “addressing the fears and challenges of [their] lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer […]