My Love Letter to You

My Love Letter to You

On this Valentine’s Day, I couldn’t think of anyone better to write a love letter to than you, the moms and dads of LGBTQ kids. Every day, I’m inspired by your stories, your commitment, your love. You stand up for your kids. Of course you do – you’ve loved them since...
Therapy for a transgender boy

Therapy for a transgender boy

I read this story about a 17 year old boy whose grandparents are seeking full custody and the ability to make medical decisions for him. They support him and want him to start on hormonal therapy. The boy’s parents say he is not  transgender and want Christian-based...
Adoption

Adoption

There’s been a lot of uproar about “gay adoption” lately. Gay couples, they say, are not fit to be parents. Children should be raised by a mother and father. It is what’s best for a child. Studies show that children raised by same-sex parents do just as well as kids...
Embracing Change

Embracing Change

Embracing change has never been one of my strong points. Can’t everything just stay the same? Well, not really. Change is a part of life. I wouldn’t go back to where I was in my 20 years ago, 30 years ago or more. I wouldn’t want to be 25 again. Why? Because the...
Adjusting to a New Normal

Adjusting to a New Normal

If you’ve been reading my blog, you know that my husband and I moved across the country on December 31st. We were both raised in California and thought we’d live there the rest of our lives. Then one son moved to Florida and the other to North Carolina. So here I am,...
Best Christmas Gifts for LGBT Teens

Best Christmas Gifts for LGBT Teens

The holidays provide us the perfect opportunity to show our LGBT teens that we support and love them. We know this is important year round, but far too often the most joyous time of year can trigger feelings of depression and isolation in people. During this season,...