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


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 […]


A Gay Dad Sounds Off on the Terror Threatening to Be Unleashed on California Families

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It is time to take the lunatics seriously. I envision it will go something like this: I am exiting a restaurant with my two vibrant and happy 12-year old sons in tow. A pleasantly dressed young man stops us. “Would you mind signing my petition to get a proposition on the ballot?” he asks. I […]


Spotlight Series: Kimberly and Holly

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TNF: Tell me about your family?  Kimberly: My partner Holly and I were married in New York City 3 years ago on Sept 1, 2011 and we have been together for 5 years. We have a one-year-old daughter, Summer and we will be working on having another child soon. Right now, we are a complete […]


A Gay Dad’s Father’s Day Promises To His Son And To Himself

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By Henry Amador As I prepare to celebrate my fourth Father’s Day, my mind and its thoughts slowly drift towards my own father (as they always seems to do) as they have done for as long as I can own those thoughts. Much like on Mother’s day accepting that those thoughts are wrapped in the […]


WATCH: An Interview With Gay Dads On Their Son Living With A Rare Disease

Gay dads Chad Farquharson and Wayne McGill

A Gay Dad Coffee Chat With Rob Watson This is the final installment of the interviews with Chad and Wayne on their son living with Maple Syrup Disease.  If you missed any of this series, you can catch up below.  Subscribe to our channel to get updates on all of Rob’s videos.


A Gay Dad’s Letter to the Australian Couple Who Threatens Divorce if Marriage Equality is Realized


Something one learns as a parent is that children are often not rational in their behavior. When something happens that is not to their liking, they will strike out in a variety of fashions, many of which do not line up to a logical agenda of self-interest. Part of the challenge of parenting, in such […]


Lesbian Moms On Date Night In Vegas

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By Brandy Black Susan and I make date nights mandatory.  We even indulged on our family trip to Vegas.  Here’s a snippet of our time out. Warning this video contains explicit language. Not for the kids. Here are some more tips for things to do in Vegas: Take the kids to the Aquarium at Mandalay […]


The Top Pride Gear Collections Of 2015

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With Pride season underway all across the world, there has been so much support and love from individuals, organizations, and even from cities themselves. However, this year we’ve been excited to see that clothing companies are supporting Pride and are releasing special Pride collections in their stores and online. So read below to find out […]


Kid Summer Night’s Dream

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By Brandy Black Summer. Is. HERE. And that means my usual, maniacal dedication to bedtimes and scheduling can take an oh-so-relaxed backseat to long days and warm nights filled with sticky fingers, cartwheels in the grass, cherry popsicle mustaches, and sandy toes.  Outdoor concerts … movies under the stars … beach-y sunsets … picnics under […]