I was contacted by Amy asking a support for her family. They are victims of a man who tries by all the means of making them lose the guard of their daughter.
Thanks to Nikari and Laura who send me the link, I watch this video which should be watched by everyone and especialy straight people. As described on Youtube, the video is about Zach Wahls, a 19-year-old University of Iowa student who spoke about the strength of his family during a public forum on House Joint Resolution 6 in the Iowa House of Representatives. Zach has two mothers, and came to oppose House Joint Resolution 6 which would end civil unions in Iowa.
Gay and lesbian parents would be more accepted than a single parent, that's what a new study shows in the United States.
Mary Morgan, the first openly lesbian judge, will retire.
Just because more states are starting to allow Gay marriage, it doesn't mean you should just rush right into things. There are more things to consider than just whether or not your new spouse will love you 'til death do us part.
Now instead of just tossing your crap out on the front lawn, you have to worry about your new spouse getting mad and chopping off your jewels.
Better start sleeping with a steel chastity belt...and make sure it's locked tight.
Things take a serious detour for just a moment as we reminisce about coming out to the family and how it all went down.
Take a listen as we travel back in time.
They may be lurking in a neighborhood near yours and you don't even know it. It's the Lesbian counterpart to the Stepford Wives...the Lezford Wives. They drive their Gaybies to play dates in their understated, yet overpriced, family-safe Volvo. They're dressed neatly in perfectly pressed khaki pants and a delicately starched pink or baby blue polo shirt with a very comfortable pair of designer shoes with low heels. Of course there will still be football on the TV on Sundays and a cold six-pack in the fridge at all times.
A Story of a young family in South Africa.
In spite of being in a “successful” relationship and having a few really great friends, I can’t get over the fact that something seems lacking in my life. My partner and I are happy going our separate ways and returning to home base. We have love, acceptance and mutual interactions and support, but something emotional is missing and I’m not sure what it is. We love each other even more than ever. Yet, I am an emotionally unfulfilled woman. What are the expectations for emotional fulfillment?