Spending money with brands that welcome gay, lesbian and trans-gender travelers is not only about doing what’s right. It can be a safety issue for LGBTQ travelers too.
Gay travel with kids can be challenging. We have to be more careful in our choices than most other families. This means being on guard to how your family is perceived. It also means we make sure to bring our kids to places that welcome and celebrate families of all kinds. The truth is that […]
Mother’s Day activities and things your family can do, even if – or maybe especially if – your kids don’t have a mom in the picture.
With two dads in the house, we sometimes wonder how our girls got to be so, well, girly. Okay, maybe we aren’t the butchest guys in the world, but we aren’t working the MAC makeup counter at Bloomingdales either. (Not that that’s a bad thing.) But it does make you wonder how can two dads […]
Getting to Zero is an important program worthy of our collective support, and it aims to reduce new HIV cases to zero within the next 10 years.
Millions of people from around the world are expected to attend, and in typical Big Apple style, there will be plenty of family activities at WorldPride NYC.
*Updated from original post dated October 29, 2016. Hard to believe it was just six years ago that Sophia wrote her letter to President Obama about having two dads and he responded, triggering quite the global sensation and an epic adventure for our family. A different election season this time around, don’t you think? A Letter to […]
Sophia’s letter to President Obama about having two dads was read aloud at Net-A-Porter’s annual fundraiser October 9, called the Incredible Women Gala.
Whether you’re 35, 55 or 75, those healthcare costs in retirement can hit you hard. The last thing Triton and I want to be worried about is health insurance, and particularly vision care insurance.