Erasure and invisibility can make it hard to feel at home.
Brianna Sharpe is an Alberta-based freelance writer whose focuses include parenting, social justice, education, and mindfulness. Her best days are spent caffeinating, kid-chasing, and creating.
Children love the magic of watching things grow.
07/31/2020 16:50 EDT
Creating an affirming home is the most important thing parents can do.
05/28/2020 12:25 EDT
Multi-household families are drawing on the resiliency that comes from living on the margins.
04/23/2020 11:29 EDT
The day's bias towards heteronormativity, and romantic, sexual relationships can be harmful for LGBTQ families
02/12/2020 14:53 EST
The fictional Rose family has 99 problems, but homophobia isn’t one of them
01/27/2020 12:12 EST
Rejection is one of the major reasons kids leave home, and not all homeless shelters are safe.
12/09/2019 14:53 EST
Being a sexual or gender minority can add layers to the loneliness.
10/15/2019 12:00 EDT
They change school culture and save lives (plus they’re fun).
09/27/2019 15:44 EDT
To be “radically welcoming,” there are some concrete things early-years educators can do.
08/30/2019 12:48 EDT
For these families, fashion goes beyond the binary.
07/29/2019 16:20 EDT
A question about whether pride is 'sexualized' got a lot of people talking.
06/13/2019 08:41 EDT
Appreciate, acknowledge, advocate.
05/10/2019 17:01 EDT
There are additional stressors for sexual and gender minorities.
04/24/2019 11:23 EDT
"Just having a rainbow flag on your door isn't enough."
03/27/2019 16:50 EDT
Some LGBTQ parents are shaking the monikers up.
01/25/2019 11:43 EST
Celebrations that affirm diversity are so important.
12/24/2018 09:44 EST
Not everyone has an unconditionally supportive biological family.
11/12/2018 15:46 EST
Five Canadian families share their favourites, and why they matter.
10/26/2018 14:04 EDT
With few resources to help them, many LGBTQ2S+ parents make up the script as they go.
09/24/2018 16:32 EDT
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