Coming Out Later In Life, With Cara Cochran
The Queer Family Podcast | S13 EP11 | Cara Cochrane, also known as caras_atl on social media, discusses her late-life coming out, forming a blended family, and how the challenges she faced in finding her identity prompted her to become the representation she so lacked during her Southern upbringing. She also speaks about the media's lack of diversity, the intricacies of raising a child in a two-mom family in the American South, and the importance of recognizing and validating all parents within a family unit, regardless of DNA or gender.
"Representation matters because it shows kids that there are different types of families and that they are valid and loved." - Cara Cochrane
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