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GLAAD participates in Blogging for #LGBTFamilies Day

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LGBT parenting blog Mombian, which received a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Blog, is taking Monday, June 3rd to show the world for the 8th year in a row that LGBT families are just as loving, supportive and valuable to our communities as straight families. Mombian is asking LGBT families, straight allies and all other supporters to write and submit to www.mombian.com, a blog post on any topic relating to LGBT families.

GLAAD worked with these inspiring advocates and allies to participate in this year's Blogging for LGBT Families Day:

List updated throughout the day

How Bringing Equality to Boy Scouts Has Strengthened Our Family by Jennifer Tyrrell

Making it official, aka getting getting legally married by Carrie Agnew

My Son Is Not Blue He Is Pink by C.J.'s mom (cross posted to GLAAD Blog)

Blogging for LGBT families: Because they blog *against* our families by Jeremy Hooper (cross posted to GLAAD Blog)

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies by Rev. David Eck

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: C.J.'s Mom

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: Annmarie Cullen

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: Tina Long

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: Cynthia Catania

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: Cheryl Moch

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies Day: Brendon Bedell

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: Marsha Aizumi

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: Hannah Moch

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: Katy Butler

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: Liam Thomas Mugavin

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: Wade Davis

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies: Juan del Hierro

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies Day: Go! Athletes

Blogging for #LGBTFamilies Day: Photos

To submit a post for Blogging for LGBT Families Day, go to Mombian now.

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