Topics :: gay families
- 1 thru 10 of 20
- Next »
Saturday Apr 16, 2011
By presenting and sharing the love and commitment of couples throughout the world who have come together to show their support for all committed and loving relationships, Couples for Equality™ endeavors to create an atmosphere of love.
By Megan Barnes | Monday Jan 24, 2011
The Pop Luck Club, a Los Angeles-based support group for gay fathers, launched an ad campaign this month that features portraits of gay families. Group members hope the spots will encourage and de-stigmatize gay parenting.
By Ed Salvato | Thursday Nov 11, 2010
I’m a glass-half-full kind of traveler. Rarely will you find me saying I dislike a destination - or warning my readers not to go somewhere. I can count on one hand the places I wouldn’t go. Saudi Arabia, anyone?
By Glenn Adams | Wednesday Oct 14, 2009
Supporters of Maine’s gay marriage law said Tuesday they’ve collected $2.7 million for their campaign against a ballot proposal to repeal it, more than double the amount the measure’s supporters said they raised.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Sep 14, 2009
A Congressman from New York plans to sponsor a bill to undo one of the most damaging federal laws to gay and lesbian families, the 1996 "Defense of Marriage" Act--but the openly gay Congressman from Massachusetts doesn’t plan to join him.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Sep 4, 2009
New York Governor David Paterson foresees a need to call New York’s state senate in for a special session. If that happens, Paterson wants the senate to take up the issue of marriage equality along with other business.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Sep 3, 2009
The common wisdom in the wake of anti-gay California amendment Proposition 8, which revoked existing marriage rights for gay and lesbian families, was that race played a deciding factor. But a new study supports another view: education outweighs race when it comes to support for GLBT family equality.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 1, 2009
Lesbian families in the U.K. who conceive via fertility treatments may now see both mothers’ names on their child’s birth certificate.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Aug 25, 2009
The head of the Catholic Church in Ireland blasted a government plan to offer civil unions status to both mixed-gender and same-sex couples.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Aug 19, 2009
Forty years after the August, 1969, decriminalization of homosexuality in Canada, Quebec is poised to begin a wide-ranging push to counter lingering homophobia and discrimination.
- 1 thru 10 of 20
- Next »