A Day in a Queer Life in Italy: Being a Lesbian Mom When Families Like Mine Still Aren’t Recognized
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A Day in a Queer Life in Italy: Being a Lesbian Mom When Families Like Mine Still Aren’t Recognized

(G. La Delfa – The Huffington Post Italy) Lately my days (every single one of them) have been exhausting! Andrea Giuseppe joined our family seven months ago, and his arrival provoked a minor earthquake in our daily rhythms. But what a beautiful earthquake! Like every working mom, I find it hard to honor all my … Continue reading

Inaugurating Pope Francis
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Inaugurating Pope Francis

The New Yorker (A.Stille) – While the new Pope, Francis, has made a point of emphasizing simplicity—rather than wearing the usual gold ring, he has insisted on one made of silver—today he gave way to Vatican tradition and formally assumed his office following most (but not all) of the elaborate ceremonial script worked out in … Continue reading