A recent study published in the highly respected journal, Pediatrics, has been making a splash all week in the blogosphere. Headlines range from "Children Raised by Lesbian Parents Have Excellent Outcomes" to "Children of Lesbian Parents Do Better than Their Peers". One of the lesser reported findings of this 17-year study is that children who have been targeted for bullying and harassment because of the sexual orientation of their parents had more behavioural problems. So are children from bisexual, gay, lesbian, transgender, and queer (BGLTQ) -headed families really thriving at school? Or are they also targets for bullies who struggle for acceptance and academic success? What can schools do to support students from BGLQT-parented families?