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What About Love? Is There Anymore Left in the World?

3 Micro-stories about 3 LGBTQ children

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It is my birthday. I am five. Mommy throws a big party for me. No one comes. I eat my cake in one of the corners of our living room — tears fall. I don’t care, anymore. I don’t care. Mommy says she’ll always love me — she’ll always be there. I know the love of my mommy. I don’t of anyone else. I want to. I…

Amplifying LGBTQ voices through the art of storytelling

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