Shaping the LGBTQ+ Family Narrative with equalpride

Family Equality is partnering with media group Equal Pride to provide regular editorial contributions centered on LGBTQ+ families — their stories, their joys, and their needs.

New York, New York — Family Equality is thrilled  to announce a partnership with equalpride, a portfolio of media brands serving the LGBTQ+ market. 

equalpride is proudly LGBTQ+ owned and operated and their brands include Out Magazine, The Advocate, Advocate Channel,, Out Traveler, and Plus Magazine. Together, these properties capture the many facets of the LGBTQ+ experience and reach millions of readers and viewers every month. 

As part of the partnership, Family Equality authors will have regular editorial contributions on at least one of their channels. Look for stories about the joys, challenges, and hopes of LGBTQ+ families and how Family Equality is advocating for them. Family Equality and equalpride are kicking off the partnership with a piece for The Advocate, “Family Equality: Ready for the Fight Ahead.”  

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“We look forward to reaching the equalpride audience and growing the partnership in the future,” said Stacey Stevenson, CEO of Family Equality. “Since becoming the CEO of Family Equality, my team and I set out to create an organization of outspoken changemakers creating an equitable LGBTQ+ family narrative.” 

“At the center of this work is sharing stories that change hearts and minds, offering our expertise to current and future LGBTQ+ families, and putting a national spotlight on the joys and challenges of the work for full lived and legal family equality.”

“We are beyond excited that this partnership will help us inch closer to this vision.”

About Family Equality

Family Equality is creating a world where everyone can experience the love, safety, and belonging of family. As the leading national organization for current and future LGBTQ+ families, we work to ensure that everyone has the freedom to find, form, and sustain their families by advancing LGBTQ+ equality through advocacy, support, storytelling, and education.

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