Saturday, November 04, 2006
Love is Love is Love
I think this would make an excellent Christmas present for a lot of people, especially when it comes from a family member. I have other things this basic design appears on, both on zazzle and on cafepress in Over the Rainbow - Artistic Pride designs, but this design in particular is intended for those special, intrafamilial moments of healing and reconciliation.
You see, those words, on top and bottom, those are just there as placeholders. Oh, I figure "love is love is love" is a pretty good suggestion, but my URL can go away. You just edit it to something personal and meaningful.
The one I may possibly use is "You realize this means we expect twice as many grandchildren."
I don't think there's anything that a child of mine could do that would cause me to stop loving them - and sexual orientation would be the least of my concerns. Good Lord, there are so many worse things - like becoming a racist, or a right-wing evangelical, or a Republican fundraiser, a fate worse even than being a tax collector or pimp.
And even then, I would love them, as I feel is true of any God or Goddess worth respect and notice. (No, I'm not a pantheist; I simply don't presume to tell Him what Gender She should wear in my presence.)
tag: Pride Graphics, Pride posters, Lesbigay pride, Acceptance, Tolerance, sexual orientation, sexual freedom, love is love is love, Rainbow, Gay Pride Christmas Gifts, Pride Cards
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