Every year since the couple's twins were born in 2010, the family has shared their Halloween looks. From Alice in Wonderland in 2013, to Family Freak Show last year, they wow and surprise every year. See them all here.
Eight years ago, Jay Faigenbaum messaged Adam Jacobs on the dating site Match.com. Adam had let his membership lapse, however, so wasn't able to read the email. “I'd kind of given up on dating at that point," Adam admitted. Still, he was intrigued by Jay's mystery message.
“I called customer service and said, 'Dr. Phil promised me six months free if I didn't find love on your site,'" Adam laughed, referencing a commercial from the time featuring the self-help guru. Sure enough, the company offered Adam six months for free. But as it would turn out, one extra day was all he needed.
Tom Daley announced recently that he has teamed up with the BBC to bring a documentary about his experiences with surrogacy to the small screen. The Olympic diver, along with husband Dustin Lance Black, welcomed a baby boy to their family via surrogacy this past summer.
Daley hopes to use the opportunity to provide an in-depth look into a typical surrogacy journey, from the medical requirements to the legal and financial aspects that such arrangements require.
The documentary will largely focus on the use of surrogacy in the U.K., according to Deadline, where the practice is legal but highly regulated. But Daley will also travel to California, where rules are much more permissive, and to countries where the practice is still illegal.
The documentary is set to debut in 2019. We'll be sure to tune in, and keep you posted!
This season of Great British Bakeoff features Dan Beasley-Harling, a gay stay-at-home dad of two, as a contestant. And he's slowing kneading his way into the hearts of fans.
In an interview with Pink News, Beasley-Harling said that, with his youngest starting school soon, he began looking for ways to fill his time, which led this aspiring baker to apply to be a contestant on the show.
"I have been at home looking after the kids for the last 6 years, so it was a chance to do something for myself," he told Pink News.
But even if he's not looking after his kids 24/7 these days, they are always clearly on his mind. In the first episode of the show, the bakers were instructed to create a biscuit decorated with a self portrait of themselves at a memorable moment in time. Beasley-Harling attempted to depict the moment he first met his youngest child, but the end result looked more like what one judge called a "massive prawn."
Still, the emotional moment was enough to win the hearts and minds of fans, helping Beasley-Harling quickly become a fan favorite on the show.
"It was the best moment of my life," Beasley-Harling said. "Just don't tell my husband that!"
This week, Olympic diver Tom Daley and filmmaker Dustin Lance Black, who are new dads to Robbie Ray this past summer via surrogacy, took to Instagram to announce an exciting development: they will be serving as the latest brand ambassadors for Pampers.
"Since Robbie came into our lives, we've become much more picky about stuff we buy and use," Daley wrote to his 2 million followers on Instagram. "When it comes to Robbie, there's no compromise, which is why I've chosen to partner with @PampersUK_IRE."
Dustin Lance Black, for his part, wrote to his 331,000 followers: "I'm so pleased to be working alongside @TomDaley with @PampersUK_IRE for the launch of their new Pure Protection nappies and wipes."
Whether or not Pampers is your preferred diaper and wipe brand, we here at Gays With Kids commend the company for partnering with these two inspiring gay dads. After announcing they were expecting a son via surrogacy on their respective Instagram accounts earlier this year, the famous couple were subjected to a prejudiced backlash at the hands of conservative commenters online.
Pampers, in taking on the gay dads as brand ambassadors, is opening themselves up to the same type of rightwing trolling. But clearly the brand recognizes that advocating for equality for LGBTQ families is not only a smart business move, it's also just the right thing to do.
In an interview with Metro.co.uk, the dads commended the brand for recognizing the importance of including the experience of LGBTQ parents in its advertising.
"It was one of those interesting things where they called us, and first of all – it's absolutely amazing that they called us, a same-sex family," said Tom Daley. "There was something really incredible about that. But not only that, it's wanting what's best for your baby, and that's why we trust Pampers and their Pure products."
Dustin Lance Black added, "It's opening a window to what our family looks like, and I think at the end of the day, it will be clear that we have the same concerns as every other family. 'You've got to feed them, you've got to change the diapers, you've got to love them. And I was really moved that they asked."
How strict was Karamo? What stresses him out the most? What has is been like to watch their father's sudden rise to fame? Who is their favorite fab five member, besides their dad? Jason and Christian Brown tell all, in an interview for Slate Magazine
An interesting series for Slate Magazine has been asking kids over the last several months to review how well their parents balance their lives with work. Recently, the kids of Queer Eye's Karamo Brown— Jason Brown, 21, and Christian Brown, 18—participated in a Q&A to dish on how well their famous dad manages to balance his high profile career with this family life.
Olympic diver Tom Daley and filmmaker Dustin Lance Black became the latest to join the ranks of famous gay dads when their son, Robbie Ray, was born via surrogacy in June 2018. The new dads seem to be keeping the baby pics private (which we get and respect!) But after following their Instagram pages closely this past month, we *have* noticed some cute family pics that show the family adjusting to life with baby Robbie Ray in tow:
June is a non-stop, wonderful and celebratory time for the gay community and dads - think Fathers' Day and Pride! So we thought it was time to check in on what's been happening with some of the famous gay dads we know. Like so many others in our community, we love how these gentlemen continue to use their platform to show the world that gay men make the best dads!
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