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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.
Take several-hundred LGBT families from around the country — moms, dads, children young and old and assorted other relatives — add sun, sand, movies and a bonfire, and you’ve only just begun to scratch the surface of what Family Week in Provincetown, Mass.
ABC News’ “What Would You Do?” series recently set up several actors in a café near Dallas to test patrons’ responses to harassment of same-sex parents and their children.
When I asked my 7-year-old son what he thought I should write in my parenting column about Mother’s Day, he said, “Tell them that having two moms is just like having two people of any kind take care of you, except it’s more work on Mother’s Day.
Lisa Cholodenko’s mainstream film about lesbian moms, “The Kids Are All Right,” is up for four Academy Awards this weekend: Best Picture, Best Actress (Annette Bening), Best Supporting Actor (Mark Ruffalo) and Best Original Screenplay (Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg).
With all the recent media attention about the need to support LGBTQ youth, it is notable that the American Library Association is in its fourth year of giving librarians the tools to do that.
As 2010 gives way to 2011, let us ask: How has the year been in terms of political and legal progress for LGBT parents and our children?
The most notable parenting-specific win of the year was arguably Florida’s judicial overturn of its ban on adoption by gays or lesbians.