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Now is the time to remind your family it’s Gay Uncles Day on Sunday

The second Sunday in August brings with it that lesser-known annual celebration: Gay Uncles Day!This national day began life back in 2016. The notion of a specific gay uncles day was first suggested by Florida-based Facebook user CJ Hatter earlier that year.Related: Parents don’t invite gay uncle to daughter’s wedding as groom’s folks disapprove“Virtually every family had that relative, often an uncle, who spent his life as a ‘confirmed bachelor,” Hatter elaborated in a later post.“‘Oh, uncle Johnny will settle down when he finds the right girl.’“Families have denied the truth of these gay relatives for centuries.

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Anderson County is a county in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 58,458. Its county seat is Palestine. Anderson County was organized in 1846, and was named for Kenneth L. Anderson, who had been the last Vice President of the Republic of Texas (died 1845). Anderson County comprises the Palestine micropolitan statistical area.