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Show transcript Hide transcript Mariam Hi there. What's the wolf going to do next? I'll tell you another time. Bye for now. We have convinced him that we are Santas helpers. I love my mom and she messes up on other life conversations. Loved your article. This is a really nice story. Now if my sons can only keep their mouths shut when I tell my grand children outlandish war stories like the time I was shot down over the Bering Sea with and fought off hungry barracudas with a pointed belt buckle only to be saved by passing Eskimos on a Polar Bear hunt.
She is traditional: she wants to see her family blossom with grandkids and great-grandkids, to attend wedding ceremonies held in Catholic churches, and to mentor wives who cook for their husbands. This is all she knows, and so it is all she strives for and prays for.
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To lose this relationship would mean losing a part of my culture and identity in other facets: she is my oldest living Italian relative, the holder of customs I love so dearly. And so these cover-ups continued into adulthood: The older I got, the more she pressed me to find a nice Italian husband, to learn to cook her signature dishes for the men in my life who would never exist. Eventually, I told her I never wanted to marry. She was quick to brush it off, certain that some day I would meet the right guy.
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A tiny one bedroom adorned with photos of Arielle, me, and our one-eyed puppy, my home holds too much truth, too much love. Acceptance—and, it seems to me, tolerance—is off the table.
Who I am and how I will lead my life negates everything she believes in: women should serve the men they devote themselves to, families should be made under the Catholic influence, children should have both a mother and a father. The rest of my family is, for the most part, incredibly supportive of who I am. I live in a time and place that is good to me as a white, gay woman. This also complicates matters. In a world where I can be open about my identity with colleagues, on social media, and with friends and most of my family, does one relative who rejects everything I am make a difference?
With all my peers and loved ones who accept and support me, is salvaging my relationship with my grandmother worth the mental and emotional gymnastics I have to perform? The twenty-six-year-old editor is recently engaged to a man; when it comes to older colleagues, extended family, and even her father, she finds it easier—and, in a sense, a relief—not to disclose her sexual identity. Her doing so, however, has created a sense of unworthiness in certain queer settings. When they came out as pansexual to their family, the family was supportive but struggled with acceptance.
Thanks in part to this reaction to their pansexuality, Sasha has kept their genderqueer identity to themselves in many settings, including with their family and coworkers. At home, things are a bit trickier.