July-August 2015 issue #101 digital download

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Our cover story features the family behind the popular vlog, “Olivia Has 2 Moms.” Meet New York parents Ebony and Denise and their adorable 3-year-old daughter Olivia. Read about how they come up with their video story ideas and which is their favorite episode. Article by Beverly Prince-Sayward.

Also in this issue gay dad Mark Maxwell recounts his excitement – and stress – when his family was chosen as grand marshals of the 2014 Winston Salem Pride in North Carolina.

In our January-February 2015 issue #98 we introduced the new organization National Black Gay Fathers of America (NBGFA). In this issue meet two NBGFA members, Mike Warren of Baltimore, Maryland and Kevin English of Atlanta, Georgia. Warren is President of NBGFA and father of five adult children. English has one daughter and two grandchildren.

Sports enthusiast and son of gay parents, 15-year-old Alexander Kenney-Suazo of New York City gives his opinion on Indiana's religious freedom law and its impact on sports.

The warm lazy summer days are upon us and it’s a great time to relax with a good book. A new feature in our July-August issue is a focus on books for LGBT parenting. Gay Parent Magazine's picks of books include a list of memoirs written by LGBT parents, books for young adults and adolescents, and books for toddlers. Also, Lyndsey D'Arcangelo interviews author Lesléa Newman, author of the famous first children’s book about lesbian parents, Heather Has Two Mommies.

Each July-August issue also highlights family travel and in this issue we feature some great travel ideas for your family including Akron, Ohio (some of the Gay Games were held there in 2014), Baltimore, Maryland (birthplace of John Waters), and Vermont. Read about some great activities for children in Akron and Baltimore and Flavia Francesquini writes about how she and her partner Rebecca totally relaxed in Vermont. Summer is also the season for camping and Ontario, Canada dad Gary Hurtubise describes what it's like to camp with young children (it's not leisurely or lazily). 32 pages, 8.3 mb digital file. Buy now.

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