A Gay Father’s Experience With Foster Adoption

Ted Peterson of Next Family and his partner Ian share their experience of becoming foster parents and discuss the scars that can run deep in foster children

“It’s not babysitting or duty when it’s your child. It’s parenting…Dad’s are important parents.”

This Comment by Erika on the post The Funniest Things Strangers Said to Us After We Adopted Our Dude Not gay, but I have a husband who is a Daddy to his children. We work schedules so that the children didn’t need day care when little. Yes, we have “Daddy Days” in our house where […]

Do LGBT Parents Have Fairness Figured Out?

Conrad Liveris wonders if LGBT parents can serve as role models for families looking to abandon outdated gender roles.

To the Man Who Has Refused to Eat Due to Utah Same Sex Marriages: Why Your Behavior Concerns Me

A Gay Dad’s Open Letter to One Protestor

The Funniest Things Strangers Said to Us After We Adopted Our Dude

Garon Wade and his husband Jamie were prepared for their son in 2012. They were not prepared for what strangers had to say.

I Get to Define My Own Family

When Amelia’s oldest son was in kindergarten, he learned that not all families are like his…and that there is no “correct” family.

My Husband is Having a Baby! How to Think About Paternity Leave in a Rapidly Changing World

JJ Vincent wants us to start thinking about not just paternity leave in for husbands and wives, but for husbands and husbands.

In Case of Inferno, Evacuate

How do you face a wildfire? In William Lucas Walker’s case, with grace and a brownie recipe.

Does Gender-Neutral Play Really Equal A “War on Boys”?

Are the Swedes wrong to encourage gender equality by forcing boys to play with toys traditionally meant for girls?

‘Modern Family’ Thinks My Family Is Creepy

Jerry Mahoney felt a punch in the gut at Modern Family’s mockery of how his children were conceived.