So, this happened!
This post is brought to you by who my editor calls “Angry Amelia”.
‘Accept’ and ‘Tolerate’ My Gay Kid? That’s Not Good Enough
Lately, we have been talking a lot about whether we should leave the midwest and relocate to somewhere more liberal. It’s a difficult and complicated question for a lot of reasons.
To Move or Not to Move?
If My Gay Son Realizes He’s Really My Straight Son, So What?
This post answers some of the questions I get (mainly from straight people) about my son.
Sorry, I am a little late, but here’s a new post about coming out…and how it’s changing with this new generation.
This is my last post of the year. I’ll see you in 2013.
Some Parents Might Not Want A Gay Kid, But I Do
It’s Thanksgiving, and this year I am thankful for all those equality crusaders who have made today possible. We owe them a lot.
And I am thankful for each and every person who has touched our lives this year. We are sending our love out to you all.
This post is by a good friend of mine. She is a great woman and an awesome parent. Her family is dedicated to letting their kids be themselves.
An incredible woman, that I am lucky enough to call my friend, posted on her blog tonight. It is such a beautiful post that I asked if I could share it here with all of you. She said yes. :)
The writer of this blog is on twitter: @designisgood
My son is in love with another boy
My new post is all about things I don’t want to have to tell my son. Discrimination against gay people is real and thriving in our society. It is up to all of us to fight against it.