The national Republican Party may vote on an amended measure that would bar all gay, lesbian, and other community members from adopting children. The Appropriations Committee of the House of Representatives ...
Atlanta gay couple Jason and Anthony Henderson-Strong are learning first-hand how vicious online bullies can be toward gay and lesbian families. The Henderson-Strong’s are the latest gay family to be on the rec...
Each year more and more cute babies and children attend Atlanta Pride with their LGBT parents or with ally parents, all to enjoy to some rainbow joy in beautiful Piedmont Park. Many queer parents are also introducing their children to the political side of Pride by taking them on their first Dyke March. For whatever reason, seeing all the smiling, adorable faces of children being raised in an environment where LGBTQ people are not just tolerated but accepted and celebrated makes for an additional way to enjoy our Pride.
Enjoy some photos we captured of children having fun over the weekend!
As the number of LGBT parents expands, so do demographics
The bemoaned go-go boy dancing on a float may soon have to surrender his status as the cultural symbol of Gay Pride festivals — to baby strollers.
“Over the last few years, Pride feels more like a giant play date,” said Gail Panacci, a lesbian mother of two young children. “There’s strollers, and an entire kid section, and there’s a lot now to accommodate LGBT families. It sometimes feels like it’s a giant birthday party.
“It’s wild and phenomenal, especially that this is happening in Atlanta,” she said.