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Proud Parenting Welcomes International Family Equality.
Just click "Post" in the "My Blog" area - after you've registered for membership. Be sure to categorize your blog post under Topic: "International Family Equality". News links and other information can be used in our Blogs area, within your posts. Each blog post will be featured in this spot for several weeks.
I'll be in touch with more information.
In the meantime, let me know if you have any questions.
This was Chloe's first week of preschool. We were both anxious - but tried not to show it.
I sat with her during her first day. I attempted to be inconspicuous - in a quiet corner. But I must say, the little girls in her class loved me. I was definitely the most popular boy in class that first day. One little girl even wiped her booger on my face. Oh yes, she went "there". But I remained calm - furiously searching my pockets for a Wet One - and smiling sweetly at her.
Mark and I are working together again. We started over a decade ago, using a spare bedroom in our San Francisco home, chatting with strangers on an old Mac, using software developed at a daily pace.
Gay.com's success was the result of a perfect storm of synchronicity. We bought the "gay.com" URL/domain in 1994, not knowing how we'd use it - although we assumed we'd develop some kind of business online. We always talked about being business partners, and the Web was just beginning to grow in the SF Bay Area.
Signs that read 'One Man, One Woman, Yes on 36' lined the gorgeous farmland of Marion County Oregon. Proposition 36 called for a vote to change Oregon's Constitution. The change replaced language which stated, "anyone over 18 can marry..." with, "a man and a woman over 18 can marry..." Mark and I noticed the irony of our situation as we drove our newborn daughter around Silverton, Salem, and Portland.