The LGBT Financial Experience

While we already know that we as gays and lesbians have more financial burdens than our straight counterparts, it is a pretty rare occasion that those outside of

The Financial Effects of a DOMA Repeal for Gay Couples

By Gideon Alper Marriage equality has come a long way, but when it comes time to do your taxes, the federal government still treats married same-sex couples as single.

Sarah and Pam

First Name: Sarah Partner's First Name: Pam Age: early 40s Hometown: Denver Number of Children: 2, Wynn and Marlo When did you decide you wanted children? It all just sort of happened. It was

Moving on up

I get all proud of Cell Ball (aka Nubbin, aka the future human now gestating inside my wife, Sir Mixalot, who I also get all proud of) at

Second Parent Adoption Tax Credit 2013

By Melissa Brisman, Esq. Editor's Note: We're well past tax season, but for those with a baby on the way, it can't hurt to brush up on what to

Insurance for Lesbian Insemination: Ready, Set, – Oh, Wait

By Kaleigh R. Getting married was the most amazing experience of my life. That is, until now. After seven years together, we’re planning to start a family.

The Anxiety of Sperm Shopping

His name is Owen*. Donor Owen. Donor Owen is in law school and his favorite food is meat. The female staff members where Donor Owen’s sperm resides are

How Obamacare affects LGBT families

Say what you will about Obamacare, it makes me procrastinate. Sometimes for upwards of two months. It started on June 28, the day the US Supreme Court

LGBT Marriage Forum – Featuring Us!

Thinking about getting married? Planning on getting married but - like my girlfriend and me - don't know what the

Jen and Barb

First Name: Jen Partner's First Name: Barb Age: 33/37 Hometown/City: Manhattan, NY Number of Children: 1 Names of Children: Ava When did you decide you wanted children? I

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