The Magazine for Youth with LGBT Parents

Kids

Tyler and Cassie jumped over puddles along the side of their lane. They stopped and looked up at Mr. Hornby’s empty house.

“I miss Oliver,” Tyler said. Oliver was Mr. Hornby’s fluffy white cat.

Grown-Ups

Every month we see new faces in the kids and teens who are profiled on our website. In the September issue our readers met Rita, 10, from Madrid, Spain, and learned about her passion for a sport called floorball.

Teens

One of the things Americans pride themselves in most is our system of government. We all can take part by rallying and voting for what we believe in as the issues are presented to us on the ballots. What many Americans don’t understand, however, is that it doesn’t take an established politician to put an idea forward that might make a huge difference in the everyday lives of everyday people.

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