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Gay couple win parenting blog award

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A British lesbian couple from Dorset have won an award for their same-sex parenting blog.

Kirsty and Clara Taylor-Gallop, aged 32 and 26 respectively, started their ‘MyTwoMums.com’ blog in 2012, posting blogs, videos and photos of their family life together.

The two met via online dating site gaydargirls in 2007. They married in 2010, and decided that they wanted to start a family. Their son, who they refer to on the site as ‘Monkey’, was born in July 2012. Clara became pregnant with the help of a private sperm donor.

‘Don’t worry,’ they say on the site, ‘we weren’t cruel enough to officially call him Monkey. We use this term so that if he grows up and decides he hates this blogging lark, his name won’t be all over our blog.’

On Friday, the women attended the fifth, annual Mum and Dad (MAD) Blog Awards in London – and event launched to celebrate the UK’s thriving parent blogging community. According to organizers, the awards received 250,000 nominations, which were narrowed down to 75 finalists. MyTwoMums won the top award in the ‘Most Innovative Parent blog’ category.

Religious acceptance of LGBT people is rising, study finds

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Religious communities are slowly but surely becoming more accepting of LGBT people, according to new research from Duke University. 

Researchers asked leaders from 1,331 different American houses of worship whether LGBT people or same-sex couples would be welcomed and accepted in their congregations. The study found that from 2006 to 2012, acceptance of LGBT congregants rose from 37.4 percent to 48 percent. 

The positive trend for LGBT people were not universal in the study, with Catholic churches exhibiting somewhat less acceptance of gay and lesbian members in 2012 than in 2006. When asked, Chaves told HuffPost he believed the decrease may be correlated to an “increased salience” of homosexuality in the Catholic Church as evidenced by the recent firings of gay teachers in parochial schools and Catholic organizations.

While the Catholic Church’s stance on homosexuality remains seated in the somewhat vague but hopeful words of Pope Francis, “Who am I to judge?”, other church bodies have taken more definitive action to promote LGBT equality. In June the Presbyterian Church (USA) voted in a landmark decision to allow same-sex marriages, following in the footsteps of the U.S. Episcopal Church which made the same decision two years prior.

It’s almost all good news! We’re getting there. 

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Bi Week 2014 starts with Bi History

Here are some other things of interest to look at and learn about —

  • Learn about how the late Dr. David Lourea and other San Francisco bisexuals helped create and shape AIDS education and prevention outreach via this post about the Dr. David Lourea Papers Archive.

Things You Can Do for BISEXUAL AWARENESS WEEK 2014 : Sunday 9/21 #BiHistory day – Post, status update and tweet about important moments in bisexual movement history and/or the names and images of famous bi people throughout history

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If men don’t have to be aggressive, women won’t be compelled to be submissive. If men don’t need to control, women won’t have to be controlled. Both men and women should feel free to be strong. It is time that we all see gender as a spectrum instead of two sets of opposing ideals. We should stop defining each other by what we are not and start defining ourselves by who we are.

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