Being a Gay Father

February 11, 2015 in inQueery

Carter Serrett is a second generation Gay Parent. At the age of 12 his mother left a conservative religion and came out as a lesbian. While his mother was in the process of “coming out” Carter started to come to terms with his own identity as a gay man. Today Carter is the proud biological father of a 14 year old boy that he co-parents with his son’s Papa and his son’s two mother’s. Not always easy, but often humorous. Carter has been on both ends of the gay parenting equation and he bring…

InQueery News: What’s the Deal with Dating Apps, Richard Nixon, Ohio Swimming Pools and #StayStrongPutin?

July 30, 2014 in inQueery

This week, we talk about our end-of-PRIDE weekend and also bring you some news stories about Richard Nixon, Vladimir Putin, discrimination in Ohio and more! Recorded on July 14, 2014.

Blood Is Thicker Than Water

April 30, 2014 in inQueery

“Coming out of the closet” can be a daunting task because, for many queer folks, there is a fear of rejection within the family. However, there have not been any empirical studies on this issue until recently. Emma L explores some studies that report the effects of family acceptance and rejection on the mental health and well-being of LGBTQQ youth.

The Lake Merritt Farmer’s Market is Hella Queer

April 16, 2014 in inQueery

On a warm, sunny day in May, the InQueery News crew, Jax, Leo, Katie headed to Lake Merrit Farmer’s Market in Oakland. Check out the video to see Jax’s interviews with queer families at the about what it’s like to raise children in Oakland and about connecting with other families in the area.

Real Talk with: Dr. Carrington

July 3, 2013 in inQueery

Dr. Carrington, a professor of the Sexuality Studies department at San Francisco State University, allows us some time to talk about LBGT family life, gender identity, equality, and why same-sex marriage rights are a double-edged sword in the first half of this two-part interview.

Baby Maybe?

May 22, 2013 in inQueery

This article attempts to offer insight into the internal, emotional process of LGBT adoption. This glimpse comes through interviews with several members of the Adopt a Special Kid (AASK) organization, a bay area group dedicated to helping couples and individuals transition into “non-traditional” families, as well as individuals who have already gone through the adoption process.

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