Thursday, May 10, 2018
I Love This.
This was another draft I was working on, at the time my links were not working, I am hoping they do now.
I wanted to post about wishing I had gay role models when I was a child. The other day I heard a person from another minority group saying that children need to see themselves reflected or represented in society. Clearly that means LGBTQ children and even the huge diversity within those groups. I will post about this another day, today I want to put up a link of photos that I love. Maybe some of you have already seen these photos but I just recently discovered them a few weeks ago while searching for positive gay images. Having grown up in rural Canada, I also felt a connection. I love the interview as well. Thanks to Brian Powers for these photos and thanks to Benjamin and Brandon for letting others see what gay relationships are really about, love. I would appreciate if you have time to say what you thought, weather pleased or not.... and please don't let this be an internet hoax, because I just love these photos.
Posted by Sooo-this-is-me at 10:07 AM
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I don't think that is a hoax. They are sweet pictures.
If I didn't know better, I'd say yoir trying to take this shrew.
I don't think it's a hoax either since it's in HuffPo. I think the pictures and story send a positive message for all kids growing up, especially those in rural and farming environments. There's usually a contingent from Montana (along with North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Kansas, Wyoming and New Mexico) in our gay pride parade every year since Denver draws people from the surrounding states without a large LGBTQ presence. They are welcomed with open arms and the crowd always cheers them on.
Beautiful photos. Genuine people. Thanks for holding on to this one, Steven.
It reminds me a post card friends sent us from a trip to Montana, Montana Double Date: http://duckboy.com/postcards/state-specific/montana-double-date.html
They are lovely.
I meant to say are you trying to tame this shrew? This damn spell check.
Maddie, yes lol it's the real deal. I know better than to try and tame a wild stallion! ;)
RJ, so do you or your gay friends own a cowboy hat or chaps? Hahaha!
Mike, you are welcome my friend. It gives me a warm feeling, I love the pictures.
JP, yes I get the same warm loving feeling from the photos as from reading your blog.
Maddie, dew knot were we bee cause eye knew watt ewe men't. Tehehe!
Some have chaps but they are black and are not the kind worn on ranches.
RJ, save a horse, ride a cowboy! Maybe add in some roping as well.
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