These five questions and answers should get most gay men started on their journey to fatherhood. At times, surrogacy with egg donation can seem to have too many obstacles, to be too complicated, or to require too much work, but the rewards of a successful surrogacy are immeasurable!
Author Perry Brass reviews the new play at the Lincoln Center Theater. He is impressed. Here’s why.
What are the fights worth having when you’re battling for credibility as a father just because you happen to be gay? Rob Watson, one of GMP’s lead editors asserts it is all of them.
Ten years into a happy marriage, Pamela Morris’ husband told her he was gay. Years later her son came out. She worked through her own emotions in order to love and support them both.
Once a “repaired” gay man, and a minister preaching salvation from homosexuality, now Tim Rymel just hopes to be heard when he says you are worthy of being loved just because you are here.
Dillan DiGiovanni is inspired by Andrew Solomon’s vulnerability and courage as a gay father, and as a gay man.
Jerry Mahoney wasn’t sure if his two-dad family would be welcome at the “happiest place on Earth.” He was pleasantly surprised.
William Dameron may have been pretending in some areas of his life, but he never pretended to be a father. He simply was one.
A lifetime of homophobia had beaten down Larry Best, but with the help of a friend, he has regained pride in his manhood.
Bill and Kelly’s community made sure their family enjoyed every benefit of marriage, starting with a wedding.
On gay fathers, insight from the straight-partner point of view is very different than from the child’s point of view. A mother-son dialogue from The Gay Dad Project.
Jared Karol had to broach the subject of his gay father more than once with his co-worker, Amie Shea, before she wanted to open up about her own gay dad.
Jared Karol on dealing separately with the confusion of having a gay father, and the man his father was.
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.
Your dad is gay, too? How Jared, Erin, and Amie found each other and created a project for families like theirs.
Jared used to be embarrassed to have a gay dad.