TNF: Tell me about your family.
Ebonee: We’ve been married since 2009. We have a 6month old son Kingston Dash. Mia carried and we conceived through IUI.
TNF: How did you meet your wife?
Ebonee: At one of the Biggest Gay/Lesbian hot spots in LA (Catch1) love at first sight.
TNF: Where do you live? Is it tough being a gay couple where you live?
Ebonee: We live in Los Angeles Ca…Not at all [tough being gay where we live] and we get a lot of support from friends & family, they love & respect us.
TNF: What has having a family meant to you?
Ebonee: It’s means everything my wife and I love being parents to Kingston. We are planning on expanding our family in the near future.
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