How do co-parents make important decisions? Gay dad Bill Delaney, who with his partner J.R. co-parents two daughters with two lesbian moms, explains how they do it.
Bill Delaney shares how his "Parenting Entourage" of 2 moms and 2 dads came up with their children's names.
In this installment of the series “Paths to Gay Fatherhood,” David Dodge delves into co-parenting arrangements, both unintentional (e.g., after a divorce or breakup) and intentional.
Do gay men really need one more online matchmaking service? You bet, says entrepreneur Darren Spedale. Just not for the reason you perhaps expected.
I often joke that the best thing about co-parenting is that we can have both kids and a life (represented by the photo above).
When two or more parents raise a child together without being in a romantic partnership with each other, it's called intentional co-parenting. To help you get started, here's a checklist of essential steps to success.
On most websites relating to LGBT parenting there is a lot of excellent information about adoption or having children via donors or surrogacy. Gay and lesbian parents blog about the anxiety felt when asked questions about a mom or dad who doesn’t exist. Meanwhile, anti-gay forces preach that both a mother and a father are required, and no other option will do.