Matthew Boulet apparently admitted to police that he had stabbed his fathers
An Israeli couple learned while trying to get travel visas that their names had been removed from their children's birth certificates
Questions raised about the tragedy after reports Jennifer and Sarah Hart were reported to Child Protective Services
Familiar brings a unique voice and genuine humor to a relatable issue
In "Draw the Circle," playwright Mashuq Deen mines universal truths from his intensely personal story.
A family struggles towards the light in Studio Theatre's compact but powerful drama "Curve of Departure."
Hillwood continues its tradition of extending a warm welcome to LGBTQ families
Report comes from gay man who escaped Chechnya
Annual fundraiser takes place Thursday, May 11
Ad campaign aims to "shatter stereotypes about motherhood"
Friendship Place's symposium, "Young, LGBTQ and Homeless," takes place on Wednesday, April 19
Becoming a parent should be a joyous occasion -- unless one partner is excluded from the birth certificate
A federal court in South Carolina has ruled that the state’s policy of refusing to list both same-sex parents on their children’s birth certificates is unconstitutional....
Last week, a New York family court issued a decision guaranteeing married lesbian couples the right to engage in second-parent adoptions in order to officially...
Ad aims to educate public about trans issues, in response to various forms of anti-trans hysteria