Search by: Title, Author or Keyword. Here are Tot, Tom and Toby: There are lots of things to see; There are dogs and cats and horses and goats, As happy as they can be. Turn the leaves gently. The dogs and the cats, And the little children, too, Will be hurt if you tear them. How would you feel If any one tore up you?
Lesbians and gay men: one happy family, or worlds apart?
Circa-Club for Gay Professional Men: Gay, LGBTQ Ecards for Friends & Family
Don't get me wrong: I'm really happy for my gay and lesbian friends who've always wanted kids and who now have them. I like children; often find them fascinating, cute, and cuddly; and have nieces and nephews I adore. I just wouldn't want to spend a lot of my time raising them, and though each of us could master things we might think we couldn't, I don't think I'm particularly well-suited to it. Why do something just because you might be able to do it? There have always been blessings and curses to being queer in America. As far as I'm concerned, one of the blessings is that having kids is not only not expected but, for gay men especially, difficult to do. As a result, you can focus much of your life on work you love, and on other creative, intellectual, and political endeavors, and not get caught up in these "having it all" debates.
The 50 best gay songs to celebrate World Pride
Are lesbians from Mars and gay men from Venus? Or are the two groups bound together like close and loving siblings, having separate interests and lives but loving each other just the same? This is one of the questions I am asking during the course of writing my book on the state of the gay nation.
At the same time, many are unaware of Pride Month's origin, which honors the Stonewall riots--a demonstration which blazed the trail for activists across the country. This year's Pride Month is a particularly somber event, given the recent mass shooting at Pulse, a popular Orlando gay nightclub. While there has been tremendous progress since then, LGBT advocates are still working toward a future without discrimination in the workplace and beyond. Here are some thought-provoking quotes from leaders and change-makers who have contributed to the conversation around LGBT equality:.