What I Learned from My Friends' Divorce
His wife forgave him, but I wasn't ready to let go of the betrayal so easily
Uncle Jack Who Wasn't Actually My Uncle
When he came to visit, I felt like I'd been released from the gloomy silence our family lived in most of the time
My Brother's Keeper
When my brother came out to me, I had no idea how much that moment would teach me about courage, love and the power of self-acceptance
Keep On Truckin'
We will march with enthusiasm because, in the end, doing something is so much better than doing nothing
For Richer, For Poorer
Friends often remind me, "It's not too late to marry for money." Maybe they're right.
Keeping the Faith
When my 80-year-old grandma learned that her daughter was gay, she began to question her religious beliefs. But her love never wavered.
My Little China Girl
Adopting a child always appealed to me, but I had no idea just how great it would be
Love Letter to My Sons
Nobody ever took the time to tell me about the true meaning of love and I wish somebody had
The Last Real Coffee Shop in New York
Silver Spurs was part of a dying breed: an old-school Greek coffee shop where everyone was equal