I recently had a discussion with an aunt whose great grandchild declared that she was gay at age 13. The response of this nearly 90-year-old woman actually gave me some hope for society’s attitudes. She said she wished her g-granddaughter hadn’t said that, but for the reason that she lamented how hard her life will be because of it. Even 15–20 years ago, the tune would have been very different. There would have been disapproval, shock and outrage, and it would have been the shame of the clan. But now, even the very much older generations are accepting it and are much more concerned with the person’s well-being, rather than how “moral” it may be in their own world view. I think we’ve turned a corner, and being LGBTQ (did I miss any acronyms?) is becoming more of a normal societal thing. Hope for the future!