Allison Hope Kahn
Allison Hope Kahn

Allison Hope

Allison Hope is a writer and native New Yorker who favors humor over sadness, travel over television, and coffee over sleep. Her writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, Buzzfeed, Cosmopolitan, New York Magazine, Slate, ELLE, New York Daily News, New York Post, Vice, Allure, NBC, InStyle, Refinery29, Health Magazine, Parents Magazine, and more. She is working on her first book and is always interested in unique stories that haven't yet been told.
No longer are love and marriage precursors to baby-making. Real parents raising children together as friends share the advantages of platonic co-parenting and how this parenting model works for them.
It is incredibly affirming to have LGBTQ+ allies in our lives, and even more incredible when it comes from a non-LGBTQ+ family. Here's how to encourage your family to be allies.
Pride Month is a wonderful opportunity to teach your kids about what it means to be LGBTQ, the history behind the month-long celebration, and to have some fun while you're at it.
LGBTQ youth often have to deal with negativity. But parents and caregivers can make all the difference in helping them feel comfortable in their skin. Experts offer advice on how to help, especially during the pandemic when there is more opportunity to bond.