What I Want For My Children

On September 28, 2012 By

Lorinda Gebhart is a Parent Ambassador with Pride Foundation, volunteering to share her story in order to change hearts and minds about the freedom to marry. 

What I want more than anything for my children is love and happiness. Whether or not they become successful by the world’s standards means little. What I wish for [...]

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Do you find yourself wishing you could respond to attacks on the freedom for all loving couples to marry? We see them on television, in the newspaper, and even hear them from people we know.  Well guess what?  You can respond – in your local newspaper.  Letters to the editor [...]

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Published in The Columbian on September 16, 2012:

My husband, Keith and I have been married for 33 years. Marriage is a lot of hard work, but it’s worth it. When you find someone you love, that you can be with, that just completes you. Keith and I know how much our marriage [...]

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Join us in sharing our stories about why marriage matters with the people in our lives.

If you’re planning to talk to your mother about why the freedom to marry matters to you, you’re not alone.  For 30% of those who have pledged to talk to five people in their lives, mom was [...]

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In the coming weeks, the public conversation about marriage for same-sex couples will be heating up. From water coolers to Facebook, school corridors to newscasts, Washingtonians will be talking about marriage. What we know is this: two-thirds of people who have had a conversation about marriage equality are supportive.

As Pride Foundation’s public education TV [...]

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Lindsay O’Neil is a Pride Foundation Parent Ambassador, sharing her story as a straight ally in order to change hearts and minds.  This post originally appeared on the blog Mommyhood to Hollywood.

I have two beautiful little girls, one three and one under a year old. They make me laugh, smile, cry [...]

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What’s in a Name?

On August 24, 2012 By

What does the term “domestic partnership” bring to your mind? For me, it conjures up legal documents, business agreements, and piles of paper. It certainly doesn’t speak to me of the love that a couple shares when they make a commitment to spend their lives with one another; to be there for one another in [...]

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Join us for inspiring workshops on having faithful conversations about marriage with friends, family, and people in your faith community as a way to build awareness and support for loving and committed couples around marriage for same-sex couples.

You’ll have the opportunity to:

Hear the latest good news on how effective conversations are; and that effective [...]

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