My Very First Family Week
Having just returned from my first Family Week, I now completely understand why folks often tear up when thinking or talking about past Family Weeks.
Send Your Holiday Card to the White House
HAPPY HOLIDAYS MR. PRESIDENT, FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS Nation’s leading lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender family rights organizations launch historic visibility campaign Today, Family
Jennifer Chrisler Reflects on 5 Years of Marriage in MA
Yesterday — May 17th — was the 5-year anniversary of marriage equality in Massachusetts. Jennifer Chrisler, executive director of Family Equality Council and longtime Bay
One Woman’s Journey from Daddy to Maddy
Jennifer Finney Boylan is a transgender woman, parent, spouse and author of ten books. She recently told her family story in the New York Times’s
Video: Marriage in Iowa Begins Today
Iowa begins marrying same-sex couples today. Congratulations to couples marrying in Iowa today! Watch this video by Melanie and Sandi Patton-Imani, Iowa parents who serve
Live Blogging the Egg Roll @ Bilerico.com
The Family Equality Council is very excited to partner with Bilerico.com for a special live blog of this year’s White House Easter Egg Roll. Click
Guest Post: Out, Proud and in Elected Office!
We’re happy to bring you the following guest post by Waymon Hudson. Waymon is President and Co-Founder of Fight OUT Loud , a national non-profit
After Prop 8, California Family Sends Its First Holiday Letter
Many of you are familiar with the annual “holiday letter”. For some it’s a card with a family photo and a little note inscribed. For
Presidents, Parents, Pioneers, Oh MY!
Any way you slice it, 2008 was a BIG year–historic elections, historic crises, gains for equality and setbacks, as well. Through it all we were
Have You Declared Your Family Equal?
In response to the anti-family ballot measures passed in four states last week, Family Equality Council has launched a visibility campaign for LGBT families —
LGBT Families ARE Scary!
The Rainbow Families Halloween Dance is an annual tradition for LGBT families to get together for a “spook-tacular” event. The event is held at a
Jennifer Chrisler’s Coming Out Story on Advocate.com
The Advocate is featuring coming out stories of LGBT notables this week in honor of National Coming Out Day, this Saturday, October 11. Jennifer Chrisler,