Time for Families

As Biden Lifts a Ban, Transgender People Get a Long-Sought Chance to Enlist

January 25th, 2021

The president’s order, reversing a Trump administration policy – the Transgender ban, creates opportunities for young people whose dreams of serving in the military had been sidetracked.

President Biden Issues Most Substantive, Wide-Ranging LGBTQ Executive Order In U.S. History

January 21st, 2021

Today, the Human Rights Campaign responded to the release of an executive order that implements the U.

Falsely claiming someone is gay is no longer defamation per se, N.Y. court rules

January 14th, 2021

Gay Defamation?  The “profound and notable transformation of cultural attitudes” toward LGBTQ people affected the court’s decision.

The Sperm Kings Have a Problem: Too Much Demand

January 11th, 2021

The sperm kings of America are exhausted.

Hungary amends constitution to redefine family, effectively banning gay adoption

January 8th, 2021

The new Hungarian constitution defines family as “based on marriage and the parent-child relation.

Deb Price, a First as a Columnist on Gay Life, Dies at 62

December 11th, 2020

If Deb Price wrote for mainstream Americans about same-sex couples in everyday situations, she thought, society would have a harder time denying them equal rights.

Will Obergefell Survive The New Supreme Court?

November 29th, 2020

Will Obergefell survive the new Supreme Court? This is the greatest concern / fear of many in the LGBTQ community.

Indiana Asks the Supreme Court to Let It Strip Equal Parenting Rights From Same-Sex Parents

November 28th, 2020

The justices have shown interest in an Indiana case that could begin the rollback of marriage equality and Strip equal parenting rights from Same-Sex Parents On Monday, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill asked the Supreme Court to strip equal parenting rights from same-sex parents.

Kansas Supreme Court expands parental rights of same-sex couples

November 6th, 2020

Kansas Supreme Court expands parental rights of same-sex couples The Kansas Supreme Court issued two decisions Friday with far-reaching implications for same-sex couples, finding that parenting intentions at the moment of a child’s birth are critical to establishing parental rights.

State Department no longer fighting in 2 cases involving citizenship of same-sex couples’ children

October 28th, 2020

State Department no longer fighting in 2 cases involving citizenship of same-sex couples’ children The State Department no longer fighting in 2 cases involving citizenship of same-sex couples’ children.