Here you can find interviews with NLLFS principal researcher Dr. Nanette Gartrell:
Love Comes First: Creating LGBT Familes March 01, 2015
Dr. Gartrell is interviewed on YouTube in the series LOVE COMES FIRST: Creating LGBT Families.
Huffington Post Live - Queer Window: A Look At The Week's Top LGBT News February 27, 2014
Dr. Gartrell is interviewed on Huffington Post's "Queer Window" show. (Her interview starts at 15:40.)
Time — How the Gay-Marriage Victories Are (Slowly) Transforming the Notion of Family November 08, 2012
by Bonnie Rochman
On Wednesday, Colleen Ozolitis, and her wife, Lee Ann Martinson, drove together to their son’s Seattle preschool to share their family’s good news. . . .
60 Minutes New Zealand — Gaybe Boomers: The new Kiwi family? November 10, 2010
produced by Alison Horwood
The nature of the New Zealand family is changing fast. It is now quite common for children to be brought up by two lesbian women, or two gay men. Amanda Millar reports on the kids of homosexual couples.
ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corp) — LifeMatters: Lesbian families June 21, 2010
presented by Richard Aedy
What are the long term effects, if any, of being raised by two mothers?
MPR (Minnesota Public Radio) News — The children of gay and lesbian couples June 11, 2010
A new study says the kids of lesbian couples are better adjusted than children raised by heterosexual partners. Radio interview with Dr. Nanette Gartrell.
KPCC, Southern California Public Radio — AirTalk: Do lesbian mommies = better adjusted kids? June 11, 2010
Are two moms better than one? Radio interview with Dr. Nanette Gartrell.
KUOW, Puget Sound Public Radio — The Conversation: Kids Of Lesbians Outperform June 11, 2010
A new study shows that children of lesbian parents perform better academically and in other areas than their peers. We'll hear from the researcher.
KQED Radio — Forum: Children With Lesbian Parents Study June 10, 2010
with Michael Krasny
A nearly 20-year study of the children of lesbian parents concludes that they are as well-adjusted as children of straight parents. We talk with the author of the study, Dr. Nanette Gartrell, about her methodology and conclusions.