Kalani Honua is not all gay, of course, though the pretty bronzed men parading around the pool naked do seem to be a fixture.
But not today....
There aren’t many places a person can go to witness queer parents congregating en masse. We’re pretty isolated – except in some big cities where support groups and children’s play groups are popping up. When my son was small, a group of parents started a Children’s Garden at the San Diego Pride festival. At first it was cool, and then I wondered what we were doing – other than our sexual orientation (which also varies widely within the category: queer) we don’t have much in common as people and as parents.
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Photo credit: Water by Anna Cervova