By Kate Hamilton Pardee, Nantucket Visitor Services | Apr 25
Some people feel that the Cape Cod island of Nantucket, although an amazing place, is a bit too pricey for the simple traveler or the family who is bit more cost conscious.
By Human Rights Campaign, www.hrc.org | Jan 24
Being open at work can be a daunting challenge. But it can also relieve the daily stress of hiding who you are. At the same time, however, no one wants to put their job security or opportunity for advancement in jeopardy. So here are some things to think about as you consider whether or not to come out at work:
By | Jan 24
On Friday, January 25, the GBBC will hold its annual Awards for Excellence Dinner. Six companies, organizations, and people will be honored for their contributions to the LGBT Community.
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By Family Equality Council | Oct 4
Family Equality Council (formerly Family Pride)--the national organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer parents and their children since 1979--created this guide to help families meet the needs of their children while facing statewide and federal level attacks on our relationships and our families. The ballot measures, constitutional amendments and other attacks often include a media campaign, and your child/children could be exposed to negative images and comments about their family configuration.
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By Dana Rudolph | Oct 4
My son is going through a Pokémon phase, spending hours playing the collectable-card game and reading about the mythical characters. Not all myths are fun and games, however. Below is a baker's dozen of myths about LGBT parents and our children--fables that are all harmful in various ways.