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The language that informs the bulk of Mother’s Day-related marking tends to hit the same key notes. Mainly, Mother’s Day is lauded as a time to celebrate the strong women in our lives who raised, protected and nurtured us long enough to receive a stellar gift truly worthy of their greatness. While that’s partially true, the overarching idea of motherhood has always transcended biology, formal familial ties and even gender.
A mother doesn’t have to physically birth or parent a child, nor do they have to strictly identify as women.