We love celebrating the achievements of those who use WordPress to share their talents with the world, so here are three recent success stories we thought you’d enjoy. If you’re thirsty for more in-depth profiles of WordPressers and their accomplishments, be sure to browse through our Discover features. Modern love, modern families Jerry Mahoney has been documenting the ups and downs of gay parenthood for years at his blog, Mommy Man (which also inspired a book by the same name). Last month he added another accolade to an already impressive list when his essay “Mom/Not Mom/Aunt” was featured on the New York Times’ Modern Love podcast, narrated by none other than Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson: I loved reading for the #ModernLovePodcast! nyti.ms/1WLJ2RT Thank you, @WhyJerryWhy, for the touching story. https://t.co/e9V0bvogX9 — Jesse Tyler Ferguson (@jessetyler) March 24, 2016 While you’re at it, be sure to read Jerry’s recent — powerful — post, “Why I Put My Family on Display.” Pushing a hallowed artform into the present Harmony France is a Chicago-based theater actor who’s had enough of the body-shaming and narrow-minded casting decisions she’s been subjected to in her decade
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