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Name: Ryan
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I'm looking for an online lesbian mothers support forum/group and/or a local support group. I searched everywhere. Does anyone have a similar interest or information?
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Name: Kortney | Date: Apr 5th, 2006 2:34 PM
Hi Ryan i'm a lesbian mommy and i couldn't find a support group anywhere either. So i guess we could start one here right? 

Name: Sarah M | Date: Apr 5th, 2006 4:07 PM
You can start one here but do you really want to deal with all the rude women getting in your business because you know it will happen with some of the nasty girls on here. My mother in lesbian and I can ask her cause I know she has plenty so I will get back to you girls. 

Name: Ryan | Date: Apr 5th, 2006 7:19 PM
Thanks!! It's great to see there really is support ...you just gotta search for it! Well, maybe we can chat somewheres else -or you can just email me whenever. So, wheres everyone from ? I'm in NY, but moving back to CT to be closer to family. 

Name: ryan | Date: Apr 5th, 2006 7:20 PM
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Name: amy | Date: May 11th, 2006 12:22 AM
im not lesbian but its super your not ashamed how old is your kid, just please like most parents try to force their child to be strait don't force your child to be gay , bio or lesbian, the kid will learn on its own what he/she won'ts to be, but i support you 

Name: ~~~~~:-)~~~~ | Date: May 15th, 2006 5:31 PM
Just some advice: You cannot force someone to be gay!!! It is natural, if youre gay, your gay! If youre straight, youre straight!!! ...and so on... My Grandmother had 6 children, one is gay. Parents that raise their children with love, dicipline, loyalty, respect come in all different forms: Straight, Single, Lesbian, Gay, etc. Be proud!! 

Name: angelica | Date: Jul 18th, 2006 3:11 AM
hello ryan im bio and have a bestfriend that is lesbian.
I will ask her i know she is on a group and i will get back 2 you 

Name: megan | Date: Aug 24th, 2006 2:17 AM
yes, I am interested in a lesbian mother support group or activity group. I am also a single mother who happens to be a lesbian. I located in Northern Bergen Count, New Jersey. 

Name: Champa | Date: Aug 30th, 2006 1:01 AM
I would love to be part oh this group. I am a divorced lesbian raising two young boys. I have been out for about 2 years. I feel like an outsider with my gay friends because I have children. I also feel like an outsider with my straight friends because I am gay. This site sounds like the perfect solution. 

Name: silverthorn | Date: Sep 4th, 2006 10:18 AM
just looked for that myself and can't find a duckin thing. 

Name: JoAnn | Date: Sep 13th, 2006 3:15 PM
Hey Ryan. I'm a lesbian in her mid-thirties who's been out for 4 years, and am planning motherhood next year w/ my partner. I'm looking for some people to chat w/ about the experience. 

Name: jillw | Date: Sep 14th, 2006 7:12 PM
sarah M I find it odd that these women would get nasty comments since this crown is "alternative family" I know that some people may think tha tit is for blended families, and there are threads about that, but the meaning of alternative is "different: right and a lesban family would fit into that. I say go with it ladies. this fourm is about support and you can report anyone who gives nasty comments. 

Name: Connie | Date: Sep 15th, 2006 8:08 PM
hello! i have also been searching high and low for lgbt family support.. so far i havnt found much, but im very glad to see you all starting one up here! id love to be a part of it.

i guess i should introduce myself :) im connie, my partner erin and i have 5 children (yes 5!) we each have 2 from previous relationships as well as a baby together :) . we have been together for almost 5 years. curently we live in arkansas and homeschool our kids :

i look forward to chatting with you all 

Name: snOOpy | Date: Sep 16th, 2006 2:21 AM
Check out www.technodyke.com, they have a mama dyke forum 

Name: Natalie | Date: Sep 17th, 2006 12:32 AM
Hi all... I'm not a lesbsbian but I just wanted to say that I support ya'll being gay and all (hey!!! Whatever turns you on) I've been with a girl before but only in 3some style! With my boyfriend! We actually all got drunk one night and ripped my bf clothes off!! He wasn't objecting! I don't think I'm gay or even bi-sexual But I actually fantasize about being with another girl alot....Any thoughts??
OH and CONNIE~ I just wanted to say that don't you think it would be wiser to get your kids into a public school?? 

Name: Connie | Date: Sep 19th, 2006 12:42 AM
Natalie, we decided to homeschool our kids because we dont feel that public school is whats best for them. our children are way ahead of their public school peers and are excelling in every subject. we love the flexibility that homeschooling gives us. we can vacation when we want, not just on school breaks, and we can live our lives at a more relaxed pase...we dont have to try to squeeze everything in on the weekends just to be exusted agian for monday. it works for us, its not for everyone but we love it. 

Name: dionne | Date: Nov 23rd, 2006 1:36 PM

I was hoping to get some advice, Im 28 and the mother of 2 daughters my oldest is turning 8 in aprill and my youngest is turning 3 in december. I split up from their father when i was 4 mths pregnant with my youngest, He is still around and see the girls about once a week. Ive recently met and fallen in love with my girlfriend Kate we have been together for 5 mths and at the moment she lives 3hrs away. This is my first female relationship. Kate comes to stay at the weekend and both my girls love and adore her. As far as my eldest ( sasha ) is concerned Kate is my best friend a term she used to describe kate not something i refered to kate as. Both girls see that Kate sleeps in my room with me but as i only have 2 bedrooms this doesnt seem to present a problem for them, when sasha has friends round they usually share so therefore she doesnt see it as any different. My concern is when and how do i tell my daughter about my true relationship with kate she has seen us hug but not anything else. This is causing me a deal of anxioty i want whats best for my daughters and i want to handle this the right way and be there for them be surportive but really have no idea how to go about this. I realise this could cause problems for my daughters and am very worried about that any help on how to minimise this or how to approach it would be a great help should i leave it till sasha is older? should i leave it till she asks me about kate? should i talk to her in general about gays and what that means as at present has no concept that sometime mem love men and women love women. As you can probably tell i am in a muddle as to what to do for the best,
so any advice would be greatly recieved! 

Name: dovegal | Date: Jan 7th, 2007 5:13 AM
single lesbian lookin 4 other lesbian moms etc.. to be friends with 

Name: rowansmom | Date: Feb 6th, 2007 8:11 PM
Hi I'm a lesbian mom living in NJ also. Have any groups for us been started dovegal ? 

Name: Nickie Clayton | Date: Aug 28th, 2007 8:39 AM
I would like to find out the rights of a mum with a partner and what rights the partner has when childrens servicesare involved 

Name: micheal.easter | Date: Sep 8th, 2007 6:36 PM

Name: Nicole | Date: Oct 29th, 2007 12:15 AM
This message is for Melissa. You seem to be in the same life situation as I am. I have never been with another woman physically. But I think about it often. I haven't been able to tell my husband because it would end our marriage. There are no openly gay or bi people in my family. I would just like someone to talk to openly. 

Name: Vicki | Date: Nov 10th, 2007 1:36 AM
My partner and I have 2 children currently (from my previous relationship) and we are getting ready to adopt a baby in March. I am already Mommy to the other 2 kids who call my partner by name. We want a name for my partner that our baby can call her. Any suggestions? We would like for the work to mean Mother, but it doesnt have to. 

Name: aaron | Date: Nov 11th, 2007 10:55 PM

Name: Kangama | Date: Nov 20th, 2007 5:34 AM
If you have somewhere to chat. I would love to join, I'm a married mother of one who has previously been in a lesbian relationship. It would just be nice to chat with people who arn't repelled by a social stigma. 

Name: angla | Date: Nov 25th, 2007 10:03 PM
am a lesban 

Name: Les Milf | Date: Nov 29th, 2007 7:17 PM
I read through these ideas and this is not about sex so much.
Look there are gay parents all over and it takes a man and a woman to have a baby even in a lab. I am a real lesbian mom and I had a straight relationship to have my child for that reason-I tried Bi, long ago.
I want to find support for my lifestyle entire being gay and a mom.
I am not raising my child gay I am raising him like a mom and a single mom at that, try putting yourself in my shoes.
Dad pays some bills and spends time with our child too and since my child is male I have male energy in my life no choice-OUCH.
I have crisis need support but I can also give support and advice too.
I suggest a gay parent should live in a somewhat gay friendly place if you can or remote. Gay parents do not go out like gay non parents so we now need a new forum. Gayness only became legal in 1975 my birth year.
Lets give a voice now like Shane is caring for her little brother on the L word series and it has made her happy and grounded, I relate.
We are blessed to be les moms because gay dads have a much harder time. I would not have minded being raised by a gay parent.
My son loves and accepts me as does his friends.
I am an attractive fem that can get men easy so that makes it a little weird for me they expect me to be straight.
I am gay flamboyant and independent educated plus.
I hope we can change the patterns of gays and bars only seeming ghetto.
I like what Rosie O. said " Her daughter asks her why do I have 2 mommies and neither of you own high heels? Rosie replies maybe if you had 2 daddies you would!" TeHe
We are family all my LBGT! 

Name: love and aime | Date: Dec 18th, 2007 12:45 PM
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Name: molly | Date: Jan 15th, 2008 2:19 AM
just to let you know i am struggling with the same situation
except my daugther is nine and I don't know how to tell her in the right way. I have discussed gay and lesbian with her when different topics have come up so she is getting more familiar with the terms and actually media has helped with different movie stars believe it or not she loves the Ellen show and we have disscussed her lesbian relationship a bit. So if you get any easy ways to let your children know please share

Name: JABY | Date: Jan 15th, 2008 10:06 AM

Name: JABY | Date: Jan 15th, 2008 10:10 AM

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