If anything, we joke, that we’re raising the kid who beat us up in grade school. If he didn’t have us for parents — he’s a little thuggy snowboarder-skateboarder dude — and I like to think that he’s blessed to have us as parents because you can see in him the capacity to be a bully. But he’s sensitized to the issue from being from a different kind of family.
—Dan Savage, who LOLs about what he and Terry Miller’s 13-year-old son D.J. would have become without gay dads [via]