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What Gay Dads Wish for Their Daughters on International Women's Day

We asked our dads of daughters what they most wished for their daughters as we all continue our work fighting against the inequality they will inevitably face

Today is International Women's Day. A day to celebrate and honor the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.

Much like LGBTQ+ equality, gender equality has come leaps and bounds over the past 100 years, but a perfect egalitarian society still does not exist. We asked our dads of daughters what they most wished for their daughters as we all continue our work fighting against the inequality they will inevitably face. Here's what they had to say:

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This Women's History Month, Gay Men Honor the Gals Who Help Make Them Dads

Each and every man becomes a dad with the help of a woman. We asked gay dads to honor one who helped them along in their path to parenthood to help us celebrate women's history month.

Each and every one of us became (or will become) a dad with the help of a woman--more often than not, with the help of multiple women. So this Women's History Month, we choose to celebrate these women by asking you to tell us a bit about them. Enjoy these inspiring stories below. Want to honor a woman in your life who has helped you become a dad? Tell us about her at dads@gayswithkids.com

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Who are the Women Who Help Gay Men Become Dads?

This Women's History Month, we're asking gay dads to tell us about one woman who helped them on their path to fatherhood.

Here's the thing guys: though lord knows we keep trying, gay men cannot, unfortunately, make babies all on our own. While we await a modern miracle, each and every one of us become a dad with the help of a woman--and more often than not, with the help of multiple women. So this Women's History Month, we want you to help us celebrate these women by telling us about one of them. It could be a birth mother, surrogate or egg donor. Or maybe a mom, sister, or friend. Whoever she is, and however she supported you, we want to hear about it! Tell us a little bit about her in the comments or in an email to dads@gayswithkids.com for a chance to be featured in an upcoming post.

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