When Jay Forte asked his daughter to write about how she felt when he came out, he wasn’t sure what she’d say. They ended up writing an article together.
Single dad Patrick was not looking for a partner. Then his life changed. Here was what happened when his daughter invited another new dad into their family for good.
After Azul comes out to his wife – it turns out she’s gay too – he learns how to be a single dad. And then he goes to a coming out group.
Shannon Ralph waxes poetic on life before kids. She would not be that person again, but she advises parents-to-be to relish these 30 things, before they are gone. And they will be SO gone, gone.
There are eight comments and questions that Henry Amador-Batten gets as a gay dad that drive him crazy. Here is why.
One advantage researchers suggest is gay parents’ likelihood to stray from traditional gender role stereotypes, fostering a “more harmonious family unit and therefore feeding on to better health and well being.”
Jerry Mahoney’s new memoir about becoming a dad through surrogacy is a laugh-out-loud funny, insanely perceptive look about what it really takes to build a family.
Brent Almond challenges what it really means to be a “manly man” with this gay man’s list of the most masculine things on the planet
Australian Marriage Equality has compiled a gorgeous collection of images celebrating the love of same-sex couples. You can even add your own!
The only hardships of growing up with a gay dad came from society, not from my wonderfully queer home.
Due to restrictions against same-sex couples, Italy is the only country in the world that can adopt children from Russia.
Brazil’s high court is guaranteeing homosexual couples right to access assisted fertilization.
Gay couple avoids the demons in their marriage with a surrogate from another crumbling marriage in Michael Lowenthal’s novel
When you’re a parent, a Christmas miracle isn’t something you pray for—it’s something you pray you never need.
When you’re a teenager and your father comes out as gay, you can end up feeling like there’s no one you can tell. Erin and Jared exchange letters about their experiences as the children of gay men.