Cuomo’s daughter shares a strange identity: “You are not alone”


Albany, NY (AP) — Governor of New York’s daughter, Michaela Kennedy-Quomo, uses social media posts Thursday to share her “strange” identity and oppose homophobia. I called on him to speak up.

“Know that you are not alone to those who are fighting obsessive-compulsive heterosexuality, where the power of our society nourishes us and nourishes the innate charm beyond the cisgender people.” of age. I wrote on Instagram“Today I am proud of Queer’s identity and remember those who came before. I am grateful to the activists who fought for my right to love and happiness.”

Kennedy Cuomo often uses social media accounts to defend the LGBTQ community, which includes victims of sexual assault.

She also shares her photos with her family at the Pride Parade, including Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo, who promoted the passage of the same-sex marriage bill in 2011.

“I love and support Mikaela, and I can’t be more proud,” Cuomo said in a statement.

June is Pride Month, such as New York, with events scheduled throughout the month. 1969 Stonewall Rebellion..

Kennedy Cuomo is the youngest of the governors, who has three daughters with his ex-wife, Kerry Kennedy.

Kennedy Cuomo said in a post on Instagram Thursday that filtering programs on social media platforms make it difficult to find content that contains keywords such as “lesbians and bisexuals.”

Without such “censorship,” “as a bisexual, you have access to the information and tools you need to protect yourself from increasing sexual abuse, homelessness, hunger, unemployment, hate crimes, and mental health problems. Maybe. “

Kennedy Cuomo, for those in need of help with sexuality issues, Trevor ProjectIs a national group that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth.