Outspoken Voices - a Podcast for LGBTQ+ Families
Summary: The Outspoken Voices Podcast is created by Family Equality Council, with a new episode delivered every month. With help from invited guests, we address discuss essential topics for LGBTQ+ families, or members of the LGBTQ+ community who are thinking about starting a family.
Two parents and a queerspawn discuss funny, random, and tough questions from kids in LGBTQ+ families.
Two transgender parents who ran for local office in 2018 share their experiences of hitting the campaign trail, families in tow.
Parents Jeff and Mayeti were friends who decided to conceive and raise a family together, as purely platonic co-parents.
Some queerspawn carry with them generations of LGBTQ+ identities – their own, their parents, grandparents, and beyond.
As people are able to come out earlier and technology catches up with LGBTQ+ families, more people are becoming parents after transitioning or coming out as trans or gender nonbinary.
Divorce and separation with LGBTQ+ families is complicated and contains so many extra layers of bias, homophobia, transphobia, biphobia, and social expectations.
People with transgender parents are resilient and find power in their family when parents transition later in life.
There are a growing number of LGBTQ+ family summer camp weeks and weekends around the country.
LGBTQ+ single parents and their kids have to navigate the challenges of dating and blending families.
Retired US Women's Soccer Team player Lori Lindsey joins our host to talk about the politics of coming out in professional sports, growing up with LGBTQ and straight parents, and being second-generation queer.
From Black Lives Matter to the Women's March, people are taking to the street across the country. How do our LGBTQ+ families fit into these mass movements?
LGBTQ families are so hungry to see themselves in print and on screen, we're making our own media.
When the rights and dignity of LGBTQ families is up for political debate, youth within our families are harmed...and called to action.
Bisexual parents are a huge percentage of all LGBTQ parents, yet they continue to face challenges and discrimination.
After years in the child welfare system, twelve-year-old cancer survivor Derrik found his forever home with dads Jason and Courter.