20 Books for Parents of LGBT Kids
National Coming Out Day is this week, and I have found myself recalling when my own child came out a few years back. Sometimes coming out it is a decisive declaration, but for our gender-questioning kid, coming out looked more like a meandering process of discovery. We are so grateful that our child felt safe to share those conversations and realizations with us along the way.
At first, we just focused on making sure that our child was loved and accepted, and we tried to listen and to understand. (más…)
This is actually the resulting list in the right back inside arm out of Infinite Jest:
apocopesbolectionsregletsdipsomaniaquincunxvaricocelessimpaticoaleatoryexperialistagnatepedalferrousfulvouslouveredsangfroidgibbonsapercueideticmuratedtumescentrecidivismerumpentrutilanthalepurlednacellesulcusimprecatedtumbrelcomportmentscopophobicasperityrapaciousafflatusbatheticbrachiformstrabismicascapart It’s my personal habit to enter internally sleeve out-of a book what in the text message that i can’t identify otherwise don’t understand. (más…)