On Letting Your Kid Be Who They Really Are

They are worth it and so are you.

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They say there are moms who won’t hug their children. Dads who kick them out of the house. Parents who cannot love their children because they are lesbian or gay or bi or trans or queer. Parents who dismiss their very own flesh and blood because they love someone other than what the world deems “appropriate”.

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