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For anonymous and free support and counseling services, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, please call Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868. To ask a question online, visit kidshelpphone.ca.

15-year-old Noah St. John ran away with the “NPR Snap Judgement Performance of the Year” title for his brilliant recounting of a car ride with an unexpected ending.

What he initially thought was the end of his life with his two moms proved to be a reaffirmation of their love and commitment to one another and to him.

In case you needed further proof that kids of gay parents turn out just fine, strap in for Noah’s passionate and heart-warming tale.



Read more at http://www.queerty.com/watch-15-year-olds-electrifying-award-winning-story-about-his-lesbian-moms-20130108/#80FHT1LaOt10TcSz.99 


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    It’s adorable!
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    THIS IS AMAZING!!! Everyone should watch this!
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