Tag Archives: LGBQT

Parenting

It’s not about how they are biologically – its about  about what you expose them to  and how you treat them… I just want kids to be able to experiment, try stuff out, develop into human beings with personality traits … Continue reading

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Accept my Sexuality

I came out as gay to my parents when I was 28. I’m living on my own, after serving in the military. My deeply conservative parents did not accept my sexuality well, calling me “disgusting” and “sinful.” They froze me … Continue reading

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Superpower

I love you all. And my LGBQTIA family, I see everyone of you. The things that makes us different, those are our superpower. Every day you out the door and put on your imaginary cape and go out there and … Continue reading

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Thank you

I texted my father — our first message in months — asking if the link he had sent to an online photo album was real. He said it was. I selected the first photo: Two-year-old me, smiling wide, nestled in … Continue reading

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Cinderella Syndrome

Student’s description of site-specific activities this quarter the activity that displayed a tremendous amount of social justice is the ________ annual prom. I was able to help out in this area in several capacities from helping a very diverse group … Continue reading

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