Gays With Kids in the News

In the few weeks since our official launch, Gays With Kids has been visited by tens of thousands of people. As their comments to our articles make clear, many of these visitors are gay dads themselves or gay men hoping to become fathers one day; quite a few others identified themselves as friends of gay men, parents of gay children, and so on. Our visitors come from countries from across the globe, but especially from the U.S.A., Canada, Australia, the Philippines, Mexico, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Sweden, Israel, Germany, France, Russia, South Africa, Egypt, and India. Our articles have generated hundreds of comments, have been liked on Facebook thousands of times, labeled as favorites on Twitter, and shared across other social media platforms.

Gays With Kids was first featured in Daily Xtra, The Jewish Journal, and the Huffington Post“Metro Morning with Matt Galloway.” The Canadian Press subsequently wrote an in-depth article titled “New website Gays With Kids seeks to showcase and offer support to gay fathers,” published today in the Toronto Star, the Montreal Gazette, The Vancouver Sun, The Prince George Citizen, The Brandon Sun, HuffPost Living Canada, the Winnipeg Free Press, the Windsor Star, the Hamilton, the Loop, the Calgary Herald, and the Chronicle Herald. You can watch the interview with the Canadian Press on AOL and Yahoo! in the video segment “Dads Start Website to Strengthen Online Community of Gay Fathers.”

More articles and photos can be found in, the Dallas Voice, the  South Florida Gay News, on Queerty, Queer Me Up, Gay Star NewsMySask, Bent Magazine, Atlanta’s Fenuxe Magazine, Twin Cities’ Gay Scene Magazine, GayCalgary Magazine, the Standard Magazine, Puerta Vallarta's Vallarta Pride, Gay PV MagazineJoe.My.God.Edge on the Net, Father's Mental Health Network, and Grab Magazine. Finally, Spanish-language website SDP Noticias covered us as well.

The reaction to the launch of Gays With Kids has been overwhelmingly positive. Your comments on, Facebook and Twitter have been insightful, supportive, witty, and at times brought tears to our eyes. Please keep telling us what you think of our site and, if you have any suggestions, please let us know!

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