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A mom who loved her son rejected him when she learned he was gay. That’s not how it ends, though.

Sometimes parents ... well, they can really hurt their kids. But there are a LOT of parents who don't.They're here. And they're changing minds.

A mom who loved her son rejected him when she learned he was gay. That’s not how it ends, though.

The LGBTQ movement is picking up steam in China.

PFLAG China was founded in 2008.

It's an organization that wants to bring families, friends, and allies of the LGBTQ community together to make things better.


And in 2015, that is *exactly* what is happening!

It's getting better in China.

Some PFLAG China moms prove it. Over and over.

Many moms, dads, and parents love their kids unconditionally.

But I don't have to tell you that.

The proof is in their loving words.

It's a powerful example. Their love and acceptance is changing minds.


MORE OF THIS!!!!

And helping families.

100 million people in China (on the social network TenCent) support all children coming out and living happy lives full of love. What an awesomely encouraging sign that attitudes are shifting in China — and in the world.

Share this. Share this because it's a great story. Share this because someone hurting might really need such a powerful example of love.

Here's the full video of one man's story of coming out to his family in China. Stick around ... there's a happy ending.

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Need a mood boost to help you sail through the weekend? Here are 10 moments that brought joy to our hearts and a smile to our faces this week. Enjoy!

1. How much does this sweet little boy adore his baby sister? So darn much.

Oh, to be loved with this much enthusiasm! The sheer adoration on his face. What a lucky little sister.

2. Teens raise thousands for their senior trip, then donate it to their community instead.

When it came time for Islesboro Central School's Class of 2021 to pick the destination for their senior class trip, the students began eyeing a trip to Greece or maybe even South Korea. But in the end, they decided to donate $5,000 they'd raised for the trip to help out their community members struggling in the wake of the pandemic instead.

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