A 92-year-old female named Francis Goldin had been consistently attending the New York Pride parade for the LGBT community for thirty years and showcasing the same poster since then. The sign read "I adore my lesbian daughters. Keep them safe." The woman's message had been storming social media the event.
There had been numerous photographs that surfaced concerning a 92-year-old woman by the name of Francis Goldin holding a sign that read, "I adore my lesbian daughters. Keep them safe."
As reported by BuzzFeed, the photos had been re-blogged incessantly through Tumblr, Twitter, and other social media platforms where Goldin has also seen parading in shades of purple over the years.
Just two days before the US Supreme Court declared same-sex marriage legal, the woman was also featured in numerous post as a sign of empowerment for the LGBT community.
The nonagenarian had been deemed to be a consistent supporter of the LGBT community ever since the 70s - showing the world that her daughters were lesbian and that she supported their gender strongly, reported Pink News.
1994 - 2016 pic.twitter.com/0zfDkEfIzm
— lesbiansjpg (@lesbiansjpg) August 25, 2016
In fact, Twitter enthusiasts shared a before and after photo of herself showing her standing with the sign at the same spot every year at the New York Pride Gay Parade - just by the corner of 18th and 5th avenue. The only difference between her before and after photos was that she had been parading on a wheelchair these recent years.
During an interview, Goldin manifested that she had gained popularity around the LGBT community since then since she labeled herself as not one of those parents who would reject their LGBT kin.
The 92-year-old female named Francis Goldin also claimed that she felt empowered to continue her support for the LGBT community and consistently attend the New York Pride Gay Parade as long as she lived to serve as an example to parents and urge them to accept their children as who they are - no matter what gender.