Gay Dads Save The World, Day 25: Gay Dads and the Seven Kids

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 25: Gay Dads and the Seven Kids

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: Elio is a nurse at a Military Hospital in San Antonio, Texas, who raises seven kids with his husband David, a teacher. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 24: The Social Worker

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 24: The Social Worker

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: David, a social worker in Oregon, talks about the challenges in his line of work during the pandemic. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 23: The Booze and Produce Purveyors

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 23: The Booze and Produce Purveyors

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: Nick, a liquor store stock manager and husband Sean, a grocery store manager, are very essential during CoVID-19 pandemic. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 22: The Anesthesiologist

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 22: The Anesthesiologist

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic:  Todd Calhoun is an anesthesiologist in Toronto, Canada, who had to live apart from his husband and kids due to daily exposure to CoVID-19. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 21: The Lab Technician

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 21: The Lab Technician

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: Ray Lipinski is a lab technician that manages test results reports — including CoVID test results. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the pandemic, how it […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 20: The OB-GYN

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 20: The OB-GYN

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic:  Georges Sylvestre delivers babies of CoVID-positive patients in New York. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the pandemic, how it effected the family, and so […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 19: The Police Officer

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 19: The Police Officer

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: Doug Hove with the Seattle Police Department faces new work challenges during the CoVID-19 pandemic. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the pandemic, how it effected […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 18: The Pilot

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 18: The Pilot

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: Alexander Morton-Adams, a pilot for United Airline, has more medical supply than passengers during CoVID-19 pandemic. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the pandemic, how […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 17: The TV Anchor

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 17: The TV Anchor

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: Blair Miller turned his home office into a studio, and then his son came in to tell him that the pizza has arrived during a live broadcast. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 16: The Paramedic

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 16: The Paramedic

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: Jonathon Miller is a paramedic in West Virginia and a dad of three with his husband Blair. “I’ve been a paramedic now for 20 years, I’ve seen a lot in 20 years, I responded to the Pentagon on 9/11, I’ve been in Guatemala […]