New York, NY, March 10, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Conceived to Become the Go-to Resource for Non-Traditional Families, Providing a Community Destination for Solutions and Support
After months of planning and careful design to make it as appealing and easy-to-use as possible, Rainbow Family Life™ (RFL) Publications has launched www.rainbowfamilylife.com, the first full-service website dedicated to supporting non-traditional LGBT families through first-rate reporting, as well as ongoing audience-generated discussions that can act as a clearinghouse for the myriad issues and unexpected hurdles frequently confronted by LGBT and other non-traditional parents.
To serve as the home base and clearing house for both a subscription-based monthly digital newsletter and, ultimately, a companion print magazine, the RainbowFamilyLife.com will highlight and explore the experiences, concerns and challenges LGBT families face on a daily basis.
Supported by a remarkable cast of writers from across the globe, each edition of RainbowFamilyLife.com will include informative columns on Parenting, Relationships, Home Life, Finance, Nutrition, Legal Issues, Education, Resource Information, Personal Stories, and other content specific to the unique concerns and interests of non-traditional families.
Writers featured in RFL’s launch include:
- Actively involved in working for defeat of the Defense of Marriage Act, writer, photographer and Producer, Caroline Hart and her wife have run back2back Photography in Somerset, MA for 20 years. They are currently producing their original screenplay, “Status Unknown,” about the LGBT family experience.
- From Nova Scotia, Canada, where she lives with her soulmate and children, Christina Fletcher is a life coach specializing in "Spiritually Aware Parenting” to a long list of non-traditional mothers, fathers and care-givers.
- Excited by the new opportunity RFL gives her to reach an ever-expanding audience, Psychologist Dannii Cohen enjoys using comedy to get through to others, and says, “If I reach out to people through the written word, I just might reach that certain person who needs to hear those words. If I can give hope to someone, then that is all that matters.”
- Well-rounded mother, wife, sports enthusiast and journalist, Heather Veccioni is a Baltimore mother who’s found home-schooling is best for her family and looks forward to adding RFL to the long list of publications that have featured her writings.
- Kate Williams, who lives with her fiancé, Sara, in the United Kingdom, will be adding her distinctly urbane voice to the mix and looks forward to sharing her stories with “the Colonies.”
- Primarily focused upon the many legal issues stirred up by non-traditional family situations, the contributions of New Jersey writer Lindsay Kramer promise to be of particular interest to the RFL audience.
- Founder of the blogs Books for Kids in Gay Families, Books for Donor Offspring, and Young Adult Books for Donor Offspring, prolific Patricia Sarles has served as a medical, university, and high-school librarian, giving her a unique and inclusive understanding of resources available to RFL families.
- A recognized expert in LGBT family estate and taxation issues, Rosalind W. Sutch, CPA, MT, makes regular presentations to groups and advisors of the LGBT community from her base in Philadelphia.
- After law school at the University of Alabama, George Thomas Wilson headed for New York City to follow his dream in 1978, and has been an active participant in many ways as the full arc of LGBT history unfolded before him. He has lived with his life-partner in the same apartment for 29 years, and delights in sharing his unique point of view on the evolution of LGBT life in the Big Apple.
- A freelance writer and contributor to a range of outlets, Rosemary Richings also produces her own blog on writing for the digital space.
Though the launch, for now, includes both the website, the free subscriber-based newsletter, Facebook and Twitter pages, the brand expects to launch a corresponding print publication in the near future. Readers are encouraged to use the Family Resources section, as well as make helpful additions to the page, via email to info@Rainbowfamilylife.com. Finally, readers are also invited to share their family story, via MyStory@Rainbowfamilylife.com.
For more information about RainbowFamilyLife.com, submissions or advertising, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: McMahon Media Connections, 844.275.6112