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A Mom’s Valentine’s Day Message to Her Son, and LGBTQ Kids Everywhere

Debbie Munn I have fond memories of sitting around the kitchen table with my sons the night before their school parties. I remember watching them pick out their favorite Valentine’s Day cards, the teasing and, most of all, the laughter we shared. It was their first attempts of showing innocent affection to their peers. So many years have passed. Now my sons have families of their own, and are keeping our Valentine’s traditions alive as their families select those special cards.
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