About Carrie Stone
As an activist, I not only provide the services of Rainbow Law, I also make personal appearances at public events to speak about our own experiences as an individual, as parent and grandparent trying to raise a family in a world without legal rights and recognition.
In 2003 and 2004 I rode my bicycle across America to meet with people face to face to tell my story and raise awareness about the need for legal protections for LGBTQ families.
A film called ‘Lesbian Grandmothers from Mars: One Couple’s Journey for Marriage Equality’ documents my experience on the 2004 ride which happened over the summer before the Kerry/Bush presidential election.
I hope you will take time to browse through Rainbow Law and send me your insights, thoughts and ideas.
When you call or write to Rainbow Law, you communicate directly with me. I have a small staff, no publicity person, no ad agency.
On the Rainbow Ride Across America, I really rode those bicycles! When I publish RainbowbLAWg, I start at 5:00 am, every day, gathering the news that is relevant to your family. When I create your documents I am sitting at the computer answering your questions and typing your information.
OUT Magazine recognized my efforts by presenting me with the OUT 100 Award for our contribution to LGBTQ society and culture. More recently, I was named an “Incredible Parent” by And Baby Magazine. Curve Magazine rated Rainbow Law’s service as “excellent.” My web site and services have been recommended by LOGO TV, Lesbian Connection, Girlfriends, The Advocate and more.