By Dana Rudolph | Dec 5
Identity is a funny thing. Sometimes we think we will be known a certain identity, only to find out that is not the case, as a recent encounter with a neighbor reminded me.
By Dana Rudolph | Nov 21
The week of November 18 should be an LGBT holiday, as I see it, at least in the United States and United Kingdom.
By Dana Rudolph | Nov 6
Daylight Saving Time has just ended, and while I appreciated the extra hour of sleep over the weekend, I never really like the earlier sunset nor the impending cold that the time shift implies.
By Dana Rudolph | Oct 24
My 10-year-old son loves to travel.
By Dana Rudolph | Oct 9
As this year's LGBT History Month gets into full swing, I find myself wondering, "Who was the world's first known LGBT parent?"
By Dana Rudolph | Sep 26
Are same-sex parents a miracle solution for raising good children?
By Dana Rudolph | Sep 12
It's the season of the High Holidays for Jews around the world--and that means that Julie Silver, one of the most popular singers and songwriters of Jewish contemporary music, and a lesbian mom, is very busy.
By Dana Rudolph | Aug 29
Two exquisite new memoirs show the breadth of experiences that fall under the umbrella of LGBT parenting. One asks us to reflect on what it means to be a mother or a father; the other shines a light on a gay father and his daughter in the era of Harvey Milk.
By Dana Rudolph | Jul 31
"Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and Chevrolet" goes the old ad jingle. I therefore felt rather all-American on a recent trip to the Pacific Northwest to test drive the Chevy Volt as part of the iconic brandâ€™s outreach to the LGBT community.
By Dana Rudolph | Jul 2
My 10-year-old son throws around the word "epic" on a daily basis. His newest Pokemon card? Epic. His latest zombie-defeating battle in Minecraft, his favorite online game? Epic. The word seemed in danger of losing its original cloutâ€”and then the U.S. Supreme Court struck down part of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). That, I told him, was epic.