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Here's A Brilliant Way You Can Explain Marriage Equality To Kids

It’s hard to believe that there will soon be a time when kids don’t remember that people of the same sex weren’t allowed to marry one another in the United States. So how will we explain to them what life was like before the SCOTUS ruling on marriage equality in a way that is easily digestible? The web series “Queer Kid Stuff” tackles this question this week, explaining the ruling in a way that’s both easy to understand and ? most importantly ? fun.
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