My column from www.parentsociety.com:
Before and after I came out of my gay closet, I was always aware that
people who were lesbian or gay (and today I would include bisexual,
transgender, queer or questioning, LGBTQ) were always included on a list
of minority groups, right after sex and race or ethnicity, but usually
before people living with disabilities. We were part of the liberal or
conservative pecking order of minority groups whose rights needed to be
addressed, along with a laundry list of other groups. It just seemed to
be the way the world worked, and would be forever more.
For more go to: http://www.parentsociety.com/todays-family/same-sex-parents/the-equality-of-love-in-president-obamas-second-inaugural-address/
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