Hello Lovelies! I’ve found another beautiful story to share with you. The photo that accompanies this story on Yahoo speaks volumes.
When Alan Sangpan was growing up in Chicago, the only child of a single mom who had emigrated from Thailand, there were two things he knew for sure: first, that he wanted to be a father when he grew up, preferably to more than one child. And second, that he was gay. His biggest fear was that the two were mutually exclusive.
“I always knew I was gay, but I never wanted to accept it because that also might mean I would have to accept I couldn’t have children,” Sangpan, 32, tells Yahoo Parenting. “With no gay role models around, this idea became ever more disheartening for me.”