For me personally, basically two ways: kid #1 and kid #2, seen above doing collaborative improv music-making this morning before elder of the kids went off to preschool. Â In a kid-carrier pulled behind a bike. Â We’re trying. Â
Basically, I worry a ton more about the planet’s condition when they reach adulthood than I do about their family being legally recognized and socially understood. Â Which says a lot, since I worry, fret, and try to do something daily to get their family legally recognized and socially understood.
Truly, one of the things that irks me the most about all social injustice, everywhere, is that the waging of it, which of course then necessitates the dismantling of it, all redirects vital energy from the very, very pressing matter of keeping the frickin’ planet from collapse in another generation.
So we’re forced to multi-task, while the clock is ticking on the planet. Loudly.
[The relationship between social inequity and environmental degradation, by the way, is a big fatÂ Â given.]