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Kid's Magazine Apologizes After Eyebrow-Raising Response On LGBT Families

Kids’ magazine Highlights for Children is feeling the heat after offering a cagey response to a reader who complained about what she interpreted as a lack of LGBT representation in a subsidiary publication for toddlers. Reader Kristina Wertz, who has a same-sex partner, said her 1-year-old daughter loves Hello magazine, which is published by Highlights and aimed at the under-2 set.
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Kid's Magazine Apologizes After Eyebrow-Raising Response On LGBT Families

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Kids’ magazine Highlights for Children is feeling the heat after offering a cagey response to a reader who complained about what she interpreted as a lack of LGBT representation in a subsidiary publication for toddlers. Reader Krist...

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