It's undeniable that these families are totally cute. Like most families—and there's plenty more than these. Bomer never denied his sexuality, but didn't address it publicly until February He's also very fortunate to be part of one of the cutest families out there. With his partner, publicist Simon Halls, they have three children together via surrogacy , two of whom are twins. They take pretty much the best photos together of anyone and this whole list could probably just be of their family.
The 10 Most Famous Gay Parents And Their Families
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We grew up in a world that was not ready for families like the ones in which we were raised. We are among the first generation of children raised by two gay dads or two lesbian moms. Before we had learned to read, we learned our families were different—even despised by some. But the gay slurs, hostile glares, and bullying paled in comparison to the realization that our government did not stand behind us and our families—forbidding marriage and curbing parental rights , passing state constitutional amendments expressly denying our parents equal protection , and even criminalizing their sexual relationships. Over the past two decades the Supreme Court struck down these discriminatory laws and policies. But the question of whether our families fully belong is again before the court. On Wednesday, the court will hear arguments in Fulton v.
Families and households in the UK: 2018
I t is official. The baby son of Elton John and David Furnish will refer to his parents as "Daddy" and "Papa" respectively once he gurgles his first words. What kids call gay parents is a relatively new question.
These days, gay parents are no novelty: We see them strolling through our neighborhoods, participating in our PTA meetings, and, perhaps most notably, appearing on our TV screens: Mitchell and Cam, fathers to Lily, on the ratings smash Modern Family ; Glee's Sue Sylvester, expectant mom to a baby conceived with an as-yet-unrevealed sperm donor, and Rachel's dads, played with humor and grace by Jeff Goldblum and Brian Stokes. Last year, Annette Bening was nominated for multiple awards, including an Oscar, for her portrayal of a lesbian mother to two teens -- and Julianne Moore's better half -- in hit indie movie The Kids Are All Right. These Hollywood examples are important in that they've helped present gay parenting as not unlike straight parenting: challenging, joyful, complicated, and most of all, entirely normal. Though this media "mainstreamification" of gay parenting is a relatively new phenomenon, for decades, gay parents have had children in all sorts of family configurations -- whether through adoption, previous heterosexual relationships, or, increasingly, by choosing to have biological offspring using in vitro, surrogate, and other methods.