So, this happened!
Don’t Be Your Child’s First Bully
This post is in support of all the fierce mamas who stand up for their kids, but especially:
- Sarah Manley: nerdyapple.com
- Lori Duron: raisingmyrainbow.com
- Kelly Byrom: designisgood.blogspot.com
I love you ladies more than my luggage.
This post is brought to you by who my editor calls “Angry Amelia”.
‘Accept’ and ‘Tolerate’ My Gay Kid? That’s Not Good Enough
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.
My new post is a snapshot of our family.
Raising a Gay Son Is the Same as Raising a Straight Son, Except When It’s Not
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
So, after much resistance, I wrote about this presidential election and why it is so important to me. I am much more emotional about it because of my oldest son.
And here’s what I have to say:
My oldest son wanted a “Likes Boys” t-shirt, like the one Kurt wore in the “Born This Way” episode of Glee. We bought it for him, but not without some thought first.
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