Hey guys. This is Mia. I wanted to let each and every one of you know about a major change at I've Got 69 Problems, But A Kink Ain't One. I recently decided to take a blog mate, and Molly Grayson has agreed to be my partner in kink. See, she is under the impression that being here means we're the DoubleKink Twins. And I don't have the heart to disillusion her. Besides, I'm always up for Doubling The Pleasure and Doubling The Kink. So, I hope that you all will welcome her with open arms and dirty thoughts.
Much love, lots of kisses, and a luscious cherry on top,
Four years ago, my daughter found out that in the eyes of the law, love was not equal. Like any confused child, she came to me and asked, "Mommy, why can't girls marry girls and boys marry boys?" Then she looked up at me with sweet, innocent, little eyes and the saddest smile.
In that moment, I could swear my heart shattered.
In that moment, a lump swelled in my throat, and I thought I might choke on it.
In that moment, my eyes filled with big, fat, hot tears and it was all I could do to hold them back. It took everything I had to not break down and bawl like a baby.
Not because I feared she would grow up to fall in love with a girl.
And not because I worried she would marry that girl.
But because I wasn't sure she could marry that girl.
Today though, everything changed. Today, love won. Today, I got to sit my daughter down and tell her that she could marry whoever she wanted to when she grew up.
And it was beautiful.
The look on her face, the tears in my eyes, the joy filling both our hearts, it was perfect.
Now, do I think my daughter will grow up and marry a girl? Maybe, maybe not. Only time will tell. But at least, she has the right to. At least, she has the chance to. And either way, I will love her.