If Zach Wahls Where My Son, I’d Be Proud Too

Zach Wahls is a 19 year-old from Iowa. He has a good GPA, is studying Engineering at University, and happens to be a very eloquent speaker.

Here he is speaking about the family he grew up in, his identity, and how the Iowa House of Representatives should not allow Join Resolution 6 to pass.

For those who don’t know, Iowa is currently trying to pass a law to end civil unions in Iowa. Since GLBT marriage is still prohibited in the U.S., this would end all legal unions for GBLT couples.

As a member of the LGBT community, I do hope that Iowa choses the right path and not the wrong one. And as the wife of an American citizen, I can never see us and our two wonderful, beautiful daughters ever move back to the U.S. until we have the same rights and privileges as everyone else.

To help fight this bill, you can donate to ActBlue, an online support fund to help Democratic action in Iowa.

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  1. This kid is really anmizag. When I was 19 I had a joint in one hand and a bottle in the other and didn’t give a crap about you or your college education . My parents are straight. Just shows you that the sex of your parents doesn’t predict what your child will end up to be. A lot of my awful late teenage years had to do with my genetics, a lot of it had to do with the fact that I was sheltered and not a loud to watch scary movies or a movie where someone got killed and I was finally able to break out and get crazy. I also can’t remember one time where my mom and dad sat me down and told me that drugs are bad. I believe that it’s not who (speaking of gender, not if your mother is a serial killer) your parents are, but what kind of parents they are and the quality of parenting being done. I’m in favor of gay marriage and same sex parents. If you’re doing a good job, then why should you be any different than the rest of us?


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