A Parent Is Born
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A Parent Is Born

The Importance of Real-Life Representation

Or: Five LGBTQ kids at a gay wedding.

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By Sandy Roffey

When my cousin invited me to his destination wedding in Savannah, Georgia, I felt honored. I knew it was impossible to invite everyone, and, because he’s one of my favorite humans, it meant so much to me that he invited me. But what I didn’t expect was his generous invitation to my…

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Because the moment a child is born, a parent is born, too.

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