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Kentucky Appellate Court Rejects Lesbian Co-Parent Custody/Visitation Claim, Reversing Family Court
Adopting a narrow construction of the Kentucky Supreme Court’s historic same-sex co-parent ruling, Mullins v. Picklesimer, 317 S.W.3d 569 (Ky. 2010), […]Read More ›
Cambodia’s surrogate mothers go free after agreeing to raise Chinese children but some see it as a mixed blessing
Cambodia banned commercial surrogacy in 2016, and police in June raided two flats where Sophea and 31 other surrogate mothers […]Read More ›
DOJ Hires Kerri Kupac, Anti-LGBTQ Spokesperson
Alliance Defending Freedom’s Kerri Kupec reported to be new Public Affairs chief The Justice Department has hired Kerri Kupac, a […]Read More ›
One Truth About Adult Guardianship - ‘I’m Petitioning … for the Return of My Life’
When Phyllis Funke hit bottom, the court appointed a guardian to prop her up. The remedy is like prison, she […]Read More ›
Daddy Squared Podcast tells the story of the 14th annual Men Having Babies NYC conference
In this special episode, we flew to New York City to experience the annual Men Having Babies Conference. MHB provides unbiased surrogacy […]Read More ›
From a Deceased Woman’s Transplanted Uterus, a Live Birth
A novel uterus transplantation procedure may help more infertile women become pregnant. A woman who received a uterus transplanted from a […]Read More ›
Sam Thoron, former PFLAG president, dies at 79
Sam Thoron sold insurance and raced sports cars — but he was better known for changing the lives of thousands […]Read More ›
His husband died months after they were able to marry. He’s still fighting for Social Security benefits.
Before their wedding day, Michael Ely and James Taylor hardly ever held hands in public. When they first started living […]Read More ›
Taiwan voters reject same-sex marriage
Taiwan voters rejected same-sex marriage in a referendum Saturday, dealing a blow to the LGBT community and allies who hoped […]Read More ›
Chinese Scientist Claims to Use Crispr to Make First Genetically Edited Babies
The researcher, He Jiankui, offered no evidence or data to back up his assertions. If true, some fear Crispr could […]Read More ›
Dutch Clinics to Start Offering Surrogacy to Gay Couples
Gay couples who want to have a child through a surrogate mother can do so at Dutch clinics from next […]Read More ›
Can a Fired Transgender Worker Sue for Job Discrimination?
In 2013, a funeral director who had been known as Anthony Stephens wrote to colleagues at a Michigan funeral home, […]Read More ›
In Scottish schools, students will be required to learn about LGBTI history
Just 18 years ago, it was still illegal in Scotland to “intentionally promote homosexuality” in schools. Now, the Scottish government […]Read More ›
A Democratic House, Nation’s First Gay Governor
Control of Congress now split; LGBTQ community makes impressive strides On a night when the Democratic Party achieved a net […]Read More ›
Single Gay Fathers, Going It Alone
As the traditional concept of family continues to evolve, single gay fathering having children through surrogacy are beginning to emerge. […]Read More ›
Trump Administration Eyes Defining Transgender Out of Existence
The Trump administration is considering narrowly defining gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth, the most […]Read More ›
Trans Folks Want Babies Too
Parenting isn’t only meant for cisgender people. Being a transgender parent isn’t always as complicated in real life as the […]Read More ›
They were a gay, interracial couple in an age of relentless bigotry. The two Harolds didn’t flinch.
Estate agent Verna Clayborne takes a seat in the dining room of an expansive 16th Street Heights home and sighs. […]Read More ›
BUT, I’M ON THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE!
Why a Birth Certificate Alone Is Not Sufficient Protection for Your Legal Parentage Rights A common misconception among LGBT parents […]Read More ›
Matthew Shepard Will Be Interred at the Washington National Cathedral, 20 Years After His Death
For 20 years, the ashes of Matthew Shepard have not been laid to rest. Mr. Shepard’s killing in 1998, when […]Read More ›