1. My father decided to join us for dinner.

    #budumtiss #queerspawnjokes


  2. Reblog if you are a second generation (or more) queer and/or trans person of color.

    I’d love to meet other folks raised by queer and/or trans parents of color.

  3. I found my father at goodwill.

    Queer spawn joke.


  4. Why Gay Parents May Be the Best Parents


    Well take a look at this :)


    Yeah yeah! Having lesbian moms fucked me up just like any set of parents could have;) Queer parents and queer kids, representing! Familias de Joteria presente! 

    Also this article is really well written/researched! 


  5. there should be a ‘things white people say to mixed people video.


    “so what are you?”

    “why is your skin so light if you’re a quarter _____ and a quarter _______”

    “so your mom is ______ and your dad is ____? whaaat?”

    “that’s so conFUSING!!?!”

    if you really wanna make it good, add in mixed ADOPTED folks. 

    “wait what do you mean you don’t have a dad? ohhhh i’m SO sorry”

    “where are your parents from? oh you’ve never met your biological parents”


    I was just thinking about all the videos like these needed—mixed, adopted, mexican, fair, queer…

    I really want one for queer spawn/kids of queers. 

    Things heternormative/nosey people say to queer spawn:

    • So wait, you have two what?
    • So like did you moms used to bone men before each other?
    • How were you made?
    • Do you know your dad?
    • Were you a back seat baby?
    • Which one of your moms is like your dad?
    • Are you a lesbian?—like doesn’t it rub off on you?
    • So was there a turkey baster involved?
    • Did you ever want a dad?
    • What if you sleep with your sibling, like what if your dad has other kids?
    • Who taught your brother manly stuff?
    • So your brother is only half related so he isn’t your real brother right?
    • So were you adopted then?
    • I know someone who has two dads—do you know them?
    • So how did it go?/How was it? (whole childhood).
    • Which one is your “real” mom—like who is actually your mom?
    • What do you mean your mom is genderqueer like it’s your mom right, a girl! 
    • DId you grow up on a commune?
    • That explains everything!

    And so so so many more. 


  6. I resisted saying anything about the Zach Wahls/”Two Lesbians Raised A Baby And This Is What They Got” video shared so widely. But this article says everything I was feeling.

    As a queer spawn, the external public pressure to be normal and not be “influenced” by my queer parents was immense. As a 2nd gener, as someone who experienced abuse from a family member, as a poor and multiracial family, etc, I always felt like I failed at being a queer spawn kid, until the last few years that is. Queer families are dynamic and do radically change the children involved, as do all parents and all families, and I am grateful for my queer family everyday—thank god they influenced me!

    The lies I told to protect the image of inconsequential queerness/queer families were heavy on me growing up, with pressure from both right and left political dialogues. I get what this video is trying to do but instead of saying “I survived unscathed” how about queerspawns start saying “I excelled because I was raised queerly.” Sigh, I don’t want this for any other queer spawn. Please just read this. 

  7. I should have put this with my last post, but see how cute my mom and my mom’s fiance are?! 

    The wedding invite does them so much justice:)

  8. Sue Bennett, left, hugs her pregnant domestic partner Elese Lebsack before riding a motorcycle during the 41st annual Gay Pride parade in San Francisco, Sunday, June 26, 2011.

    (via dykesanddykery)


  9. Where are all the Queer Spawn at? 

    For that matter what about 2nd geners? Or kids of trans? Or POC queer spawn?


    Seriously, we’re are you all hiding? Where’s my family on here?

  10. Gay Parents Bashed (by ABCNews)

    I was raised by lesbians and this was my childhood. We were asked to leave once in Colorado. 

    I bawled my eyes out when she reads the letter.