Posts filed under: LGBT Issues

Kirk always knew that he wanted to be a father.  As a single gay man in his late 20s, however, he wasn’t sure how fatherhood would become a reality. “I started putting feelers out about how to do it.  I...
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A Commitment to Healing in a Time of Sorrow and Despair Along with this entire nation, we express our deep sorrow for the recent tragic event in Orlando. We hold in our hearts those whose lives have been lost, along with...
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Teenage years are full of challenges as we all try to figure out how we ‘fit’ into the world around us. A lot of that experience is painful, especially when we find that we don’t ‘fit’ at all with some...
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By Lisa Taggart, MA Candidate Is Pink the New Blue? I attended a baby shower recently, thinking that the theme of the shower was the baby.  Actually, it wasn’t.  The theme was about gender.  The parents had chosen to learn...
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by Claudia Gray, MA, LPC The language in Public Law 104-199, passed by the 104th Congress in September of 1996, defined marriage and spouse this way: “…the word ‘marriage’ means only a legal union between one man and one woman...
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