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To The Gay Boy Who Just Tried To Kill Himself – From This Gay Dad Who Could Have Been You

“Tammy,” mom of 16-year-old “Mark” from Detroit, came home from church and noticed her son hadn’t been out of his ...
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5×03 Daddy Goes to the Gym

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5×03 Daddy Goes to the Gym

5×03 Daddy Goes to the Gym

Going to the gym is part of gay culture. But when you have kids it’s harder to make time for it. We brought in personal trainer and gay dad Chris Tye-Walker to help you bring back the motivation to lose that dad bod and get back into your sexy, muscular, DILF shape. It may be […]

To The Gay Boy Who Just Tried To Kill Himself – From This Gay Dad Who Could Have Been You

To The Gay Boy Who Just Tried To Kill Himself – From This Gay Dad Who Could Have Been You

“Tammy,” mom of 16-year-old “Mark” from Detroit, came home from church and noticed her son hadn’t been out of his room. She knocked. No answer. Mark’s dad broke the door down. They found the boy on the floor, unresponsive, barely breathing. Mark tried to end the pain of being painted as a sex offender. He […]

5×02 Parents Guide to Roblox

5×02 Parents Guide to Roblox

A Parents’ Guide to Roblox: more than half of America’s kids play Roblox, and let’s face it: most of us parents have no idea what they actually do there. In this episode, we dive into the popular gaming platform, what is it, what are they doing there, and most important: is it safe? We interviewed […]

Why Adoption Wait Times are Longer Post-COVID?

Why Adoption Wait Times are Longer Post-COVID?

Robert C. Lamarche, an adoption attorney and a gay dad of three, lists the reasons why adoption wait times have recently become longer than usual, and also shares tips on preparations before things go back to normal in this post-COVID world. GUEST POST | For anyone in the “waiting” phase of the adoption journey please […]

5×01 Couples Conflict

5×01 Couples Conflict

You’re in a long-term relationship. You think it’s stressful when you love air conditioning and he wants to keep it at 85 degrees in the house? Imagine what happens when he doesn’t want to have kids and you do? When you want an open relationship and he wants to stay monogamous? Daddy Squared opens Season […]

Daddy Squared: The Gay Dads Podcast, Season 5 (2022-2023)

Daddy Squared: The Gay Dads Podcast, Season 5 (2022-2023)

We are thrilled to be back for another season of Daddy Squared: The Gay Dads Podcast. Our goal is to learn to become better parents (and maybe better people), because hey – our kids are 6 and we’re still trying to figure out parenting. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More We (Yan […]

Gay Surrogacy Tips Getting Started Guide

Surrogacy 101: Getting Started Guide

This article will hopefully answer your basic questions about getting started with surrogacy as gay men, or at least getting to know what surrogacy is in order to figure out if it’s right for you. There are a few options for gay men to become fathers: Co-parenting, adoption, known sperm donor and surrogacy. For some, […]

The Wolf Theory

The Wolf Theory

Growing up I was constantly told that “it’s a dog-eat-dog” world. It led to a distorted perception of myself, of society and of myself among society. There’s an old Latin saying that goes Homo homini lupus est. “A man to a man is a wolf.” As I’ve grown up I’ve realized that unknowingly I’ve taken this […]

My Little Black Book: Dissolving the Fog of Vengeance

My Little Black Book: Dissolving the Fog of Vengeance

The world would be so unfair if people could do bad things and get away with it. But it happens, so it’s time to cross people off the black book and understand vengeance – so it can be dissolved. Spoiler alert: there are injustices in the world, and not everyone who is doing something wrong […]

Helping my kids face their fears

Facing Your Kids’ Fear of the Dark and Fear of Death

Facing our kids’ fears can be a challenge. We try as parents to protect our kids and to keep them happy all the time, so I guess when they start to develop things like a fear of death – subjects that we adults have still not figured out – what are we supposed to tell […]