LGBT Families – A Post From an LGBT Child.

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  1. Blogging for LGBT families Day: Master Post of Contributions — Add Yours! – Mombian says:

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  2. beginningfromthestart says:

    This is fantastic.

    It’s so great to hear the perspectives of people who have LGBT parents– it’s a rare glimpse into the lives that our future children might lead.

    Also, where I live there’s a growing movement of people identifying as “second generation”: LGBT people who also have LGBT parents. Who knows– maybe your kid(s) will identify as third generation one day!

    1. Thanks.:)

  3. 2aussiemammas says:

    What a great post! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  4. Thanks for sharing your perspective. I am totally sending this to my wife. Since we’re also on the TTC bandwagon, this is a hot topic for us right now.

    1. Hi. Thanks for the reply – sorry for the delay in my reply!

      Being an LGBT child was great – I liked being different (and it certainly was different in the school I grew up in). It was hard at times as we got older as there was so much ignorance but I was strong enough to laugh and pity them rather than hate myself.

      I wouldn’t ever let other people’s sad opinions put you off having a child. That’s their problem to deal with, not yours. 🙂

      Good luck and I wish you all the best.

  5. Hi! I just found your blog and have been reading it from the start (if I jump in in the middle I get lost). I wanted to say that I’ve got gay mums, too! 🙂 It’s definitely funny to see how people react when I talk about my stepmoms, especially if I forget to say that there are two of them. You see them trying to work out how one person could possibly do so many things. Anyway, I’m going to keep reading and catch up, but I wanted to say hi from another 2nd gen queer!

    1. Hi!!!! I’m so sorry I forgot to reply!
      Thank you for your lovely message, it is indeed very amusing to watch the look on someone’s face when you tell them you have “mums”. I quite like the fact that I’m different.

      Thank you again, we hope you enjoy reading.


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