"There was nothing hard about growing up with a gay father, the hard part was growing up with a gay father in a society that neither accepted or embraced that."  - Alison Wearing, writer/performer

"I am...opposed to...arguments that send an implicit, harmful message to [kids of gay parents] that if they are facing challenges or trauma or bullying or discrimination or depression, etc., they should gloss over their own truth and not seek out support. The result is self-censorship for the sake of the larger LGBT family community that needs to maintain a certain façade to the rest of the world. Because, you know, the world has to see that "the kids are alright." - Abigail Warner, Families Like Mine

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The Kintsu Project ("KP") is organized exclusively for charitable, training, and educational purposes, including for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or any corresponding section of any future federal tax code.

KP serves as a supportive resource for anyone whose life has been negatively affected by societal, religious, familial, or internalized homophobia that results in mixed-orientation marriages. We serve straight spouses, their formerly closeted LGBTQIA partners, their families, and interested helping professionals.


KP is straight spouse and LGBTQIA affirmative. We believe every person deserves to live an open and authentic life. To that end, KP provides programs and services to help move individuals from discovery to recovery.

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