John Culhane
John Culhane

John Culhane is the H. Albert Young Fellow in Constitutional Law at Delaware Law School, and Co-Director of the Family Health Law & Policy Institute. He is a frequent contributor to Slate, and is working on a book about the legal recognition of relationships other than marriage. Following him on Twitter is possible, but not necessarily wise.

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Oct. 10 2017 1:23 PMIs Being a Gay Parent a Unique Experience?
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July 26 2017 2:36 PMHow Giving Up a Pet Raised Particular Concerns for One Queer Family
Jurisprudence
June 9 2017 5:53 PMDid Donald Trump Just Defame James Comey?He might have. But the remedy is unclear.
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April 26 2017 2:46 PMHow You Choose to Have Children Can Tell You a Lot About Yourself
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March 23 2017 9:10 AMFor Gay Parents, Deciding Between Adoption and Surrogacy Raises Tough Moral Questions
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Feb. 28 2017 10:50 AMQueer Parents Tend to Skew Older—What Does That Mean for Their Kids?
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Dec. 23 2016 8:57 AMIs It Bad Parenting to Get Into Political Arguments at Holiday Gatherings?
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Nov. 16 2016 2:41 PMDon’t Just Talk to Your Kids About Trump. Turn Them Into Activists.
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Sept. 28 2016 11:12 AMCan Gay Parents Provide Everything Their Children Need? No, but Straight Parents Can’t Either.
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July 21 2016 5:32 PMFor Gay Parents, Sharing Gay Culture With Their Kids Should Be a Priority
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May 12 2016 4:08 PMItaly Now Has Same-Sex Civil Unions, but It’s Far From Marriage Equality 
Jurisprudence
Jan. 21 2016 12:37 PMBattery and Deprivation of LibertyHow to begin to compensate Flint residents for their drinking water fiasco.
Sports Nut
Oct. 13 2015 4:47 PMThe DraftKings CrashInsider trading scandals could bring down daily fantasy sports.
Sports Nut
Aug. 18 2015 5:13 PMCollege Football Players Deserve the Right to UnionizeThe National Labor Relations Board knows it, but is too cowardly to say so.
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April 29 2015 12:07 PMAfter Yesterday’s SCOTUS Arguments, Marriage Equality Isn’t Certain. What Will Happen if It Fails?
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Aug. 31 2017 9:16 AMFor Gay Fathers of Kids With Disabilities, Parenting Comes Before Identity
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June 30 2017 10:45 AMThe Real Goal of Religious Freedom Laws? Making Queer People Go Back Into the Closet.
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May 24 2017 4:38 PMFor Many Queer Adults, Parenting Still Isn’t Part of the Picture
Jurisprudence
April 6 2017 4:50 PMDid Trump Intentionally Incite Violence at a Campaign Rally?A federal court just sent a case suggesting he did to trial.
Jurisprudence
March 8 2017 7:24 PMCan Obama Sue Trump for Libel?Trump’s accusations against the former president could backfire.
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Jan. 23 2017 4:33 PMIn a Family With Two Dads, Does One Always Have to Be the “Mom”?
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Nov. 26 2016 10:19 AMFidel Castro Put Gay Men in Labor Camps. His Niece Mariela Is Leading Cuba’s LGBTQ Revolution.
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Oct. 19 2016 1:27 PMHow Should Parents Explain Donald Trump to Their Kids?
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Aug. 17 2016 1:53 PMWhat Should a Gay Parent Impart to His Kids About Sports?
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June 14 2016 4:34 PMHow Can Gay Parents Explain Orlando to Their Kids?
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Feb. 23 2016 8:30 AMA New Crop of Anti-Gay Legislation Highlights Enduring Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage
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Nov. 10 2015 1:22 PMBefore Marriage Was Possible, Gay People Adopted One Another. Can a Son Become a Husband?
Sports Nut
Sept. 3 2015 6:45 PMFlushing FiascoA record number of retirements turned the U.S. Open first round into a joke.
Jurisprudence
May 18 2015 1:38 PMA Cruel CapAmtrak crash victims are unlikely to be compensated fairly for their losses. 
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March 24 2015 2:00 PMPersonal Anecdotes Shouldn’t Dictate Policy on Same-Sex Marriage

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