It’s Conceivable is a new GLBT parenting website that I’m really excited about. Their content is smart, funny and most importantly, useful. As far as I can tell, they are the only game in town when it comes to this kind of information and I’m eager to see where it goes.
Despite the snail-like pace of decent laws and protections, the reality is gays and lesbians are having babies and starting families. It costs a lot of money. It takes time and planning (as much as we wish hopping into bed and f&%#ing like rabbits for a couple months worked – it doesn’t). And it means making some difficult decisions (Is this stranger’s profile right for supplying one half of our child’s genome sequence?).
We started It’s Conceivable to centralize the information we wanted from a parenting website. We’re here to provide clear, no frills, pregnancy and parenting information to the GLBTQ community. Our motto: Less rainbows, more advice.
We have straight friends – and gay friends.
We’re just trying to get through the commute.
We do get upset over anti-gay politicians, proposals, and political maneuvers in general.
We don’t get upset if we see a phallic sculpture in our straight friends’ homes.
We want gays to be able to start a family without winning the state lotto, hijacking the sperm of male friends, or potentially attempting insurance fraud.