The New York Times

A Bold Toast That Came True

Soon after we married on June 26, 2020, the New York Times reached out to us, for an interview to feature their relationship and recent marriage. You’ll learn about how Maya knew she’d marry me, C3, before we even started dating!

July 10, 2020


Pride Month with The Ariel Series

Ergobaby interviewed our family for Pride Month 2022. We shared about our unique journey in becoming parents as a Deaf, queer couple.

July 10, 2020


Raising a Gender Neutral Child

Melissa Elmira Yingst, a News Personality, interviewed us about gender creative parenting. We talked about our online presence via Instagram, addressing challenges that come with being a queer family raising a child gender creatively, and the rewarding aspects of our journey.

July 10, 2020

Dash of Pride

Dash of Pride Champions

We were dubbed the honors of being Dash of Pride Champions alongside other incredibly brilliant and special honorees. Each Dash of Pride Champion shared their stories of their respective commitments to the daily fight for equality and inspiring positive change.

July 10, 2020

Once Upon A Journey

29+ Queer & Lesbian Relationship Advice from Real Experts

We contributed to Once Upon A Journey’s queer and lesbian relationship advice guest blog post. Included is one of our many quotes, “The reality of it is, the world isn’t always going to be kind to you because of the relationship you’re in. However, being with the person you love, is better than anything else.” – C3 (they/them) and Maya Ariel (she/her)

July 10, 2020

CNN Underscored

Here’s What You Need to Know Before Taking an ASL Course, According to Experts

Via CNN Underscored, we were recommended by experts as one of the Instagram accounts to follow to learn ASL. Included amongst us were @TheASLShop, @QueerASL, @DeafinitelyDope, @WhyISign and @TheASLLab.

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July 10, 2020