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Surrogacy and Its Misconceptions

FAMILY | By John Riley | Jun 6
The world of adoption, surrogacy and gestational carriers can be extremely complex and complicated, often hindered by outdated laws and social views.

May is National Foster Care Month

CULTURE | By Suan Stapatyanon, Ph.D. | May 9
Each parent has a different story about their journey that led them to becoming foster parents. Every parent who has fostered a child shares a similar feeling of love and pride in the family they have created.

National Foster Care Month Emphasizes Every Child Deserves a Family

FAMILY | By EDGE | May 5
Family Equality Council has announced its 2015 National Adoption Month Campaign to coincide with the re-introduction of the Every Child Deserves a Family Act in May.

A Closer Look At The Financial Implications Of Tying The Knot

FAMILY | By Christiana Lilly | Feb 22
With the ban on gay marriage lifted in states around the country, thousands of same-sex couples are finally able to make their relationships official under the eyes of the law. Here's what that means in financial terms.

Study Finds Correlation Between LGBT Rights and Quality of Life

FAMILY | By Christiana Lilly | Feb 22
LGBT Americans living in states without protections are more likely to have a lower quality of life, according to a study released by the Williams Institute.

Getting Hitched in the 21st Century :: 'I Do' Goes Hi-Tech

FAMILY | By Joel Martens | Feb 21
Planning your wedding has entered the 21st Century... it's as easy as going online, setting up a profile and following a step-by-step guide. Here are some great options and resources for planning that special day.

Kansas Now Issuing Gender-Neutral Marriage Forms

FAMILY | By Heather Hollingsworth | Dec 12
Kansas has begun issuing gender-neutral marriage forms amid ongoing litigation over its same-sex marriage ban.

Gay Canvassers Sway Voters on Marriage Equality

FAMILY | By David Crary | Dec 11
For years, backers of same-sex marriage have said more voters would support it if only they could hear directly from gay people with a personal stake in the issue. A new academic study bears out that hunch.

Pope Gives His Take on Divisive Family Meeting

RELIGION | Dec 10
Pope Francis says bishops spoke their minds, and may have even fought among themselves during a divisive church meeting on family issues. But he says no one questioned church teaching on marriage.

SF Man Seeks Missing Partner

NATIONAL | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Nov 20
Samuel Williams, 51, said he last saw Greg Harding, 56, October 10, and there's been no trace of him since then. Harding had been depressed and struggling financially.

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