Finally, someone got it right.
Mombian offers a mix of parenting insights, book reviews, media analysis and political and legal commentary for and about LGBTQ parents and our children. It takes an LGBTQ-focused look at parenting topics and explores other aspects of the LGBTQ community with a parent's eye. Dana Rudolph is the the founder and publisher of Mombian, a GLAAD Media Award-winning blog and resource directory for LGBTQ parents. She's the lesbian mom of a middle-schooler and lives with her spouse of over two decades. For more information, visit www.mombian.com.
“I felt that teenagers in particular were really affected by antigay prejudice,” said Academy Award-winning filmmaker Debra Chasnoff, “but so much of the conversation that’s been had to date about that prejudice has been solely focused on how homophobia affects youth who are self-identified as LGBT or questioning.
“Guess what?” “Chicken butt!” The classic schoolyard gag has found new life in “Chicken Butt!” a picture book by critically acclaimed children’s author Erica Perl.
Amid all the talk of potential progress for LGBT rights under President Obama, one opportunity has made few headlines: the prospect of more LGBT-inclusive children’s programming on public television.
Beginning with the vibrant sunburst and smiling child on its cover, Marcus Ewert’s “10,000 Dresses” is a joyous book about self-acceptance and identity.