Posts Tagged "social media"

Trans-Parenting Podcast Episode 8: Q&A session

Posted on Sep 7, 2016 in Podcast | 1 comment Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | RSSIn this episode, I answer questions I received during a Q&A session on Facebook, with additional questions from private messages and Twitter. Here’s the rundown: 4:40   How old are you? 5:01   How tall are you? 5:38    What do we do in places like North Carolina when we send our kids to school and don’t know if the school will support our child? 10:40   My daughter just started school yesterday and she is having problems with the other kids that she has known awhile who are now shunning her...

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Pride and Joy Campaign

Posted on Nov 7, 2014 in Advocacy, Good Parenting | 0 comments

Are you ready to share why your child is your Pride & Joy? We want parents to realize that every child — yes, even LGBT kids — should be their pride and joy. And we’d like to help those kids whose parents don’t show them love by raising money for the Trevor Project, the largest suicide-prevention organization in the country focused on helping LGBT youth. Visit the Pride & Joy Campaign website, download a sign to tell why your kid is your pride and joy, and then share it with everyone on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with the hashtag #prideandjoy (and don’t forget to donate!)

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Why Are Your Kids Your Pride & Joy?

Posted on Aug 26, 2014 in Advocacy, Media | 0 comments

Why are your kids your Pride & Joy? That’s the question we will be asking as part of a new fundraising campaign with The Trevor Project, to be launched in the next couple of months.Stemming from the 2 horrific stories last week of an 8yo boy who was tortured and murdered by his mother for playing with dolls and a 17yo trans boy who committed suicide, we want to promote pride in ALL of our kids, whether they fall into the LGBTQ spectrum or not. I’m excited to be working with Liz Dyer, owner of the “Serendipitydodah for Moms” Facebook support group for moms of LGBTQ kids on this project. and the Serendipitydodah group are...

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