As Florida considers expanding their infamous “Don’t Say Gay and Trans” bill, former Floridian and attorney Shelbi reflects on where we’ve been and are headed.
There’s More to This Story: Book Bans from a Librarian’s Point of View
This National Library Week, a librarian reflects on the impact of book bans, “Don’t Say Gay and Trans,” and other attempts at erasing LGBTQ+ history.
There’s No Place Like Home: Florida’s Anti-LGBTQ+ Legislation
Amid the stream of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation hitting the Florida legislature, former Floridian Rebecca calls our community to action.
My Tio’s Pulse: How a Children’s Book Brought a Community Together to Support Pulse Survivors and Victims
Introduction My Tio’s Pulse started as a passion project that has become an incredible community initiative, involving over 30 individuals donating their time, services, and
Scott and Josh in Florida: It Takes a Village
“We were running away from a community that was our community, and also a community that needed to see us, visibly... They needed to understand that we are out there and we deserve the same rights and laws as them. It was just really important that we take our kids back to that area, where they do have family members, and allow them that opportunity to be a part of change.”
Coco Goytizolo on Losing his Partner to Cancer & Finding New Life Through their Twins
Jorge ‘Coco’ Goytizolo was with his partner, Phillip, for 16 years before he tragically passed away from stage 4 brain cancer. At the time, the couple had 3-month-old twins. Family Equality Council sat down and interviewed Coco about experiences dealing with loss and being a single father.
Bilingual, Bicultural, and Proud to be a Two-Mom Family