Questions on gender, parenting, and being gay

The ever-clever Josh thought it would be fun to come up with a series of questions related to parenting, gender, and being gay, and then each blogging our response here. I agreed. It will be fun. Plus it’ll be really nice to have some writing prompts.

So here’s how it will work: every week or so, we will take turns posting a question. Within the next couple of days we’ll each repost the question with our response… which is not to exceed 500 words.

If you’re a blogger and have something to say on the topic, we’d love for you to play along. You can post your answer on your blog and then link to it here in the comments.

Ready? This week’s question is:

We often hear gay families say they’re “just like” other families. Is this true for you? How? And how are you not just like straight families?

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10 thoughts on “Questions on gender, parenting, and being gay

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  3. Pingback: Gretchen’s response: is my family “just like” other families? | Regular Midwesterners

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  5. Pingback: Gender, parenting, and being gay: recap of question 1 | Regular Midwesterners

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