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❤ HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DADDY!!! ❤

❤ I wuuuuuuv you, Daddy! ❤

You take me with you for car rides…

…and fun bike rides!

You snuggle me so I can take a nap…

…and tuck me in your hoodie when I get cold!

You bring me breakfast in bed on my birfday!

You take great care of me when we’re working on the Husbands’ set…

… feature me and love me in all your comedy shows…

…and show me off at Comic Cons!

❤ I hope you have the best day ever, Daddy. For your special day, I’m gonna let you play with my favorite toy - the only one that still squeaks! ❤

❤ For my Daddy’s birthday present, I hope all our fans will watch HUSBANDS again!

❤ Watch HUSBANDS HERE    

❤ WOOF!

Brr. It's cold here. Join Team Husbands and me in supporting homeless youth in Utah

In 2012, Husbands The Series–Brad Bell, Jane Espenson, and Sean Hemeon–came to Salt Lake City to support the Homeless Youth Resource Center and raise awareness about the challenges facing queer youth in Utah. (Homeless youth are disproportionately LGBTQ everywhere, but it’s worse here. Here’s a link to help). 


We never got to see Brady and Cheeks’ honeymoon, so they’re head to Salt Lake City for a good cause (Backlot)

Team Husbands at the Homeless Youth Resource Center, Salt Lake City

It was a great event. We screened the show and hosted an open discussion with representatives from local community and nationwide support organizations. We heard about a failed attempt to exorcize Brad’s gay demons. I heard from many young people that Husbands was the first time they’d ever seen a positive image of a gay couple. Yes, representation matters.

Representation isn’t the only thing that matters, though. Right now, it’s COLD here in the Mountain West. Right now, as “the greatest snow on earth” is piling up around us, Park City is gearing up for Sundance, and the holidays are coming on, the Homeless Youth Resource Center is looking for help filling holiday backpacks and handing out sleeping bags and tents. The center isn’t a shelter. It’s just a storefront. These kids sleep outside. Some live under bridges. Some live in camps in the hills. Sometimes the kids donate their own money to get motel rooms for the homeless kids who have kids of their own. Here’s how to help them.

Salt Lake Tribune article 12/8/12

They look so cold and it was only November. Help us help kids keep warm!

A lot has happened since then. Brad, Jane and I went to Albuquerque for the SWTXPCA to talk about Husbands in the classroom. Their show got picked up by CWseed (watch Husbands on CWseed) and we got more episodes. Brad wrote an essay called #BradamForever for my book, Fic. Brad and Jane just got nominated for 2 Writers Guild of America awards. It’s been awesome. But we haven’t forgotten that it’s still cold here in Utah.