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On Mother’s Day, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shared a moving tale about his mom, Ata, on social media — a story about a mother’s love and a son’s commitment to her happiness.

Johnson has spoken at length about the many sacrifices his mother made to care for his family. When he was 14, the family car was repossessed and an eviction notice appeared on the front door of their apartment. It was a devastating time for the family.

“We come home, and there’s a padlock on the door and an eviction notice,” Johnson told The Hollywood Reporter last year. “My mom starts bawling. She just started crying and breaking down. ‘Where are we going to live? What are we going to do?’”

Johnson’s mom worked hard to make ends meet, and she supported her son as he struggled through his tumultuous teen years. In 2008, Johnson told Men’s Journal that he became determined as a young man to make something of himself so he could give his mother a better life.

On Sunday, Johnson shared a photograph of Ata on Instagram. The photo shows her crying on an airplane, a plate of food in front of her.

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Cool Mother’s Day story.. early am flight and I’m sittin’ across from my mom when out of the blue she looks around the plane, then looks at me and says “Son, I can’t believe the life I have.. grandma and grandpa would be so proud.” I asked her, “Are you happy ma?”. Just then the flight attendant placed my moms breakfast down on the table and my mom said to me, “Am I happy?.. I used to worry about how I was going to buy groceries for us and now I just had my breakfast placed down in front of me”. She bursts into tears and says “Yes, son I couldn’t be happier”. This is the woman who when I was 14yrs old we were evicted out of our apartment in Hawaii ’cause we couldn’t afford the $ 180 per week rent. At this moment Im shaking my head and smiling quietly (as my mom blows her nose;) ’cause she just told me she’s happy. And y’all know when our parents tell us they’re happy, its so satisfying for us, ’cause it means we’ve done a good job for them as their kids. Happy Mother’s Day to all the deserving amazing mamas out there. And Happy Mother’s Day to my amazing mom who will no doubt kill me for posting this crying pic. #EnjoyBreakfastMom #GratefulTears #TryNotCryInTheEggs

In August, Johnson’s mom survived a serious car wreck involving a drunk driver.

At the time, the actor wrote an emotional message on Instagram: “First reaction is to find the person who did this and do unrelenting harm to them. But then you realize the most important thing is my family lived thru this and we can hug each other that much tighter these days. Hug your own family tighter today and be grateful you can tell them you love them.”

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‘You Don’t Look Like a Mom’

Many times a week, mostly at work, I get the comment, “You don’t look like a mom!!!”

There are different variations:

“You look like you’re in high school!”

“You’ve got THREE BOYS!?!?!?!???”

“But you always look so together!”

“But you look so nice!???”

While I choose to take these comments as compliments, they make me wonder… What is it that a mom looks like, exactly?

Is she frazzled and haggard with bags the size of Texas under her eyes? Is she rushed and stressed, with spit-up running down her yoga pants and breast milk oozing through her hole-y T-shirt? Is she running around like a chicken with her head cut off, or dragging her exhausted body around like yesterday’s trash?

What is it that a mom really looks like?

Is she disheveled and worn, with babies wrapped all over her body like little leeches? Is she un-showered and smelly, with dirt in her fingernails and boogers crusted in her hair? Is the only makeup on her face caked-on face paint from last week’s crafts project?

What does a mom look like to the world?

Now, let me be the first to tell you that in my stay-at-home mom days and on the weekends, I precisely match that familiar image of what a mom looks like. And there are so many reasons why that’s OK.

Come Friday night at 6 p.m., I’m rocking the mom look all weekend long, baby! The blouse is traded for a comfy T-shirt, the slacks are swapped for my old faithful yoga pants and the heels are tossed away for… wait for it… CROCS! Or tennis shoes. It depends on if I’m adding in a layer of sweat from a workout or not.

But by 4:30 a.m. Monday morning, I’ve got no choice but to bust out my real human being clothes. I have to shower and wash the grease from my hair. I have to find something to wear that doesn’t have marks of motherhood all over it, though I wear them proudly. I have to put the Crocs away and get out my big girl shoes.

And I like it.

It’s kind of cool to be forced into taking care of myself for the benefit of those who have to smell me.

I do take pride in the way I dress and present myself. Always have… mom or not. But sometimes, these “You don’t look like a mom” statements throw me for a loop.

Some of the comments I get come with an expression of complimentary shock, awe and wonder, while others are dripping in an almost palpable disdain. I once had a woman look me up and down like Regina George and say, “Well, I know I didn’t look like that when I had young kids! You look so put together!”

While it tried to be a compliment, it wasn’t. It was a cutting, back-handed mommy war comment dressed in lace.

I pretended not to notice her expression and disgusted, mean-mom-soaked tone. I smiled at her and said, “Well, thank you, but trust me, I don’t always look together and it’s really just a ruse. I’m a mess under these clothes.” I tried to level the playing field we apparently stood on, unbeknownst to me, and remind her that despite my real clothes, I’m still just a messy mom like everyone else.

But it’s kind of sad, isn’t it? This need to defend ourselves for looking decent, or not screaming to the world, “I’m a mom!” with our haphazard appearances and diaper-bag-laden bodies.

The thing is, the answer to all of those questions is a resounding Yes! Moms do look like that! Often! And for good reason!

But believe it or not, moms can also look like human beings. They can squeeze in a shower every now and then, change their yoga pants to dress pants and slap on a little lipstick over last night’s spaghetti sauce before they dash into work or the PTA meeting. And trust me — or don’t — moms can even look kinda sexy sometimes!

Here’s the other thing: Moms are so much more than what they look like whatever day you happen to see them. And our babies couldn’t care less!

Now, my boys do prefer my hair down rather than up, but that’s just because they’re quirky! And they pay attention to the fact that I do look a little better when I’ve showered and done my hair than when I’m running on day four of dry shampoo and yesterday’s deodorant.

But I’m a mom no matter what I’m wearing, and it’s a title I will proudly scream to the world — whether in yoga pants or my business attire and a smile.

I’m a mom. And it’s OK with me if I look like one. I’m also happy to know I can occasionally pull off not “looking like a mom,” whatever that really means, while I’m in the public sphere.

But here’s what I propose: How about we celebrate each other. How about we put down our swords of insecurity and our misguided views of what we are supposed to look like, and we flaunt our momness to the world.

How about when we see the struggling mom in the grocery store with flailing, tantrum-ing children, an overflowing grocery cart and thinning resolve, we support her. How about when we see a woman who clearly takes care of herself AND is also a mom, we say, “Well done!”

How about when we look like a mom and our badges of motherhood are all blazing through, we throw up our hands and say, “I’m a dang superhero!” How about when we look good, and dare I say sexy, we don’t apologize for it?

Let’s join our sticky, motherhood-soaked hands together and remember that we are all just trying our best. Giving our best. Looking our best — whatever that is at each moment. We need each other, and all our babies need is us!

I do look like a mom. And so do you. And it’s a beautiful thing!

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Coming out once is hard enough. But for Benjamine Heath, he had to come out to his mother three times, once as gay, once as owning a porn company, and once as being in a polyamorous relationship. Benjamine recalls how it all began:

[O]ne time we were having this huge fight, yelling at each other from across the apartment, and at one point she just screams at me, “Are you gay?!” And then I’m like, “Yeah, I’m gay!” And then all of a sudden the conversation just takes a complete 360, and she starts telling me that she’s completely fine with it and then goes into stories about her experimenting with lesbian relationships in college.

Next up, after dodging questions about his work and why he was traveling so much, Benjamine realized it was time to come clean about owning his porn company, CockyBoys:

[E]ventually I was just on the phone with her, and I just told her I work in the adult entertainment business and we own a porn company. And so when I told her, she just asked me the same questions that any concerned mother would. She just wanted to know if I was safe and if it was a supportive environment and just wanted to make sure that I was happy.

Benjamine had one last secret to open up to his mother about: his polyamorous relationship. As it turns out, she already knew:

But she didn’t know that we were in a relationship until last year, actually, when we were out at lunch together with her gay hairstylist friend. They were talking about me like she talks about me a lot to him, and she kind of let slip that I’m the son with the two boyfriends, in a really subtle way. And she didn’t follow it up with any other questions or really say anything else about it, and he just kind of went, “Oh, OK.” And for me it was kind of her just subtle acknowledgement that she knew about my relationship and she was totally fine with it.

His mother surprised him every step of the way and showed her love through acceptance:

[E]very single time I told her, she completely surprised me with her reactions to it, in which she really didn’t react at all. In almost every situation she was just kind of waiting for me to tell her so that she could tell me that it’s OK and she’s just happy that I’m happy.


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