Gay Dads

These Dads Revealed They’re Having Triplets In An Adorable Way

Jason Babcock and Adam Gentile are the happy couple who just announced that they are adding three more to their quickly growing family.

As GayStarNews reports, the two met at a college before getting married in Massachusetts on July 2013.

Then, they introduced their newborn son, Tristan, to the world just last year in January. Tristan was brought into their lives thanks to the help of their friend Jessica who agreed to be the surrogate.

But Jessica’s generosity didn’t stop there. She later told the boys that she was willing to be a surrogate for them again. Shortly after, the three had embryos fertilized and implanted again.

But, maybe Jessica is getting more than she signed up for, as now she’s going from birthing one child to birthing three at once!

That’s right, the three have found out that Jessica will be giving birth to triplets this time. Despite what a large surprise that announcement is, it’s also something to celebrate with glee.

And how did Jason and Adam celebrate? By announcing the triplets in an adorable Dr. Seuss inspired Instagram post, which you can see down below.

“We are extremely excited to announce that our family is growing exponentially,” Babcock wrote in the caption. “We are expecting triplets come May 2018! It’ll be a full house of laughter, love, and craziness!”

In all of the said craziness, the couple has remembered to be eternally grateful to their friend Jessica for helping them have a family.

“She is an angel, a blessing, just the best,” Babcock told GSN, “She does it simply because she believes we deserve a family the way anyone else does.”

Gay Dads Announce Twin Boys With Cute Lego Stop Motion Animation

Hubbies Sean Gannon and Spencer Parker used a Lego stop motion animation to announce the arrival of their twin boys! In a fantasy-inspired tale of two princes who encounter a mermaid, a wizard, a dragon and a female knight, the creative couple retells their personal journey through surrogacy.

At the end of the super cute video, the couple appears on screen announcing that their twins are expected in June of 2018.

Congratulations to the dads! May they live happily ever after!

See their modern day fairytale here:



Russell Tovey Shares Story of A Boy With Two Dads Reaction To Gay Superhero Kiss

Openly gay actor Russell Tovey is sharing his thoughts on playing a gay superhero on television and how it’s already affected some viewers.

In an interview with the New York Times, Tovey shared the story of a family who sent a message to him after seeing the gay kiss he had with his on-screen lover Citizen Cold (played by openly gay actor Wentworth Miller).

“Someone sent me a message… they are gay parents.”

“Their son was watching the show and ran in to them and said, ‘There are two superheroes who do what you do’, when they kissed each other.”

“He was so happy about it. So many people have been so supportive of seeing two superheroes who are gay played by two actors who are out.”

“It seems like it became a bit of a moment. I couldn’t be prouder to be one half of that moment.”

Tovey also shared that he’s proud to play a gay superhero character, and he's happy because his childhood dream of wanting to be a superhero has actually come true.

“So when this came up, it was an easy yes — especially for what the character stood for. It magnified my excitement in portraying him.”

He added: “Most of my acting mates — everyone wants to play a superhero. It’s definitely one of the boxes you want to tick. It feels wonderful to be ticking that box in a big way and with a big, pink triangle.”

He also added: “I’m just so happy that it’s out in the world.

“On prime time TV, you’ve got two superheroes that are gay kissing and who are played by gay actors — hopefully one day that will be normal.

“I want the Ray to become someone that gay kids watching TV — who might feel a bit out there and not accepted or who don’t understand themselves — can relate to.”

After taking part in the cross-over event between the four “Arrow-verse” tv shows, Tovey’s character The Ray will lead his own tv show, though this time in animation, called Freedom Fighters: The Ray.