Extroversion gets all the good press, but being an introverted teen has positives, too. The key: finding balance between the extremes.
My daughter sees the Orlando shooting as gay people who love their community and dancing being heartlessly killed. She makes the connection to me.
Not long after I realized how much I enjoyed being called “Husband,” I realized it didn’t actually happen that often. He would often introduce me by saying, “This is my partner, Seth.”
Watching the new Queer Eye as a new(-ish) gay man and father created some conflicts for our writer, and now he understands why.
Junior year of high school can make or break the parent of the student trying to cope with all the craziness that goes with it.
I know such catcalls are pretty tame, but it was still aggressive and really freaked my daughter out. How should she handle such things in the future?