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15 Photos of What Gay Fatherhood Looks Like

Author: Christopher Harrity

Dads

Dads

Vernon and Ricardo with their twin girls at home. Clinton, Maryland (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Dimitry and Robert with Maxim and Mila. New York City (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Dennis combing Elan’s hair. Brooklyn, New York (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Me and Rob with Ethan and Noah at 6:30 a.m., Antwerp, Belgium (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Harrison and Christopher with their daugther Genhi. Brooklyn, New York (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books

Johnny with his husband and children. Totowa, New Jersey (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Tom and Mike with their son Jack at a lacrosse practice at Horace Mann School, Bronx, New York. (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Pedro, single dad of triplets, with Mandi (surrogate) and Sloane (egg donor). Miami, Florida (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Milo with her fathers and sister. New York City (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Al and Chris with their sons Tommy and Luca. Asbury Park, New Jersey (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Txema and Pablo and their newborn son on the morning of his birth. Monticello, Minnesota (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Art and Jim with their son Ethan and his fiancee Rose. Providence, Rhode Island (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Glenn with his family talking to the neighbors. Brooklyn, New York (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Jonathan and Eric with their family during the Shabbat blessings. Brooklyn, New York (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Uma with her fathers, aunt, and grandmother. Omaha, Nebraska (c) Bart Heynen from ‘Dads’ published by powerHouse Books.

Original Article on The Advocate
Author: Christopher Harrity

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My name is David but my online nick almost everywhere is Altabear. I'm a web developer, graphic artist and outspoken human rights (and by extension, mens rights) advocate. Married to my gorgeous husband for 12 years, together for 25 and living with our partner of 4 years, in beautiful Edmonton, Canada.

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