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The Weight of Family

All the microaggressions you never wanted

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It was New Year’s Eve and we had brought our three kids to visit their granny for a few days. The kids were in bed, and myself, my wife, and my mom had just finished watching Spider-Man: Homecoming. I was clicking through Netflix to see what else caught our eyes.

Amplifying LGBTQ voices through the art of storytelling

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Meghan McKie

Meghan McKie

I write mainly about trans issues. Active duty Royal Canadian Navy officer. Stroke survivor & trans. Follow me on the bird app @the_meghaning

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