GLAAD thinks you should let it all out at the dinner table this Thankgiving.
“We’ve all had those Thanksgiving dinners where Aunt Betty decides this is the perfect time to discuss a year’s worth of ailments and medical treatments. Well, you know what? If she can talk about her podiatrist, you can talk about your partner.”
According to the advocacy organization, their 2008 study found that 4 out of 5 supporters of LGBT equality personally know someone who is gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender.
“It’s okay if Aunt Betty feels a little awkward at first, it’s important for her to know that someone she loves cares deeply about LGBT equality.”