Want boys and girls to see each other as equals rather than potential hookups? Mixed gender sleepovers at a young age may set a good example.
LGBTQ Pride Through Raising Strong, Resilient ‘Queerspawn’
Instilling a sense of pride in our children is a responsibility many parents work to fulfill. For our family that includes our kids being proud of their queer trans papa and queer cis mama.
Being a Husband to One’s Own Husband Makes for a Great Partnership
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.”
Raising Children to Appreciate Diverse World Takes Parental Guidance
Kids like to sort things into simple catagories. We humans, though common in many ways, are diverse, complex and challenging, and cannot be easily labeled.
LGBTQ Parenting: How Different is It from Just ‘Parenting’
As an open LGBTQ parent, it’s obvious I’m different as an individual than my heterosexual counterparts, but those differences are just a mere portion of who I am as a person.
Teen Sexual Orientation Causes Struggle with Visibility, Vulnerability
As I continue learning how to be visibly comfortable with my coming out, my daughter is contemplating her teen sexual orientation.