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Many LGBTQ+ people are closer to their chosen family of friends than their biological families. They find varying degrees of love and acceptance from their parents, siblings, and extended families when they come out. Sometimes they learn that family members have known all along.

The approval of LGBTQ+ adoption has made possible families that were not possible in the past.

LGBTQ+ couples fought for the same family benefits afforded to heterosexual couples.

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Grandmother was the one that made the money.

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I was the oldest of four siblings.

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I think she's going to be gay.

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My parents were very homophobic.

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Buy more dresses!

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Coming out to her was such a disgrace.

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I think all parents worry about this.

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My mother knew all along.

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Education was our ticket forward.

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Equity and giving the working class guy a chance.

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My brother had some trouble with it.

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My own willingness to be very out.

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You have your chosen family.

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My brother would be the sperm donor.

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