- April 2021
Today is World Penguin Day. Let's take a moment to celebrate the bravery of those same-sex penguin couples in zoos around the world who waddle openly into history each time they try to become parents. Even if what they're attempting to hatch is actually a rock.
It was a lovely spring day here in Seattle, so I took myself off to eat lunch by the shore of Lake Washington. As soon as I reached the picnic table, crows and ducks sidled up.
Something niggled at me as I watched the two ducks watch me. The lightbulb went off: They were both male. They returned to the water, paddling and feeding in unison.
Eventually a male and a female duck joined the male couple. The recent arrivals seemed so companionable with the two guys I figured they must belong to PFLAG.
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