A son of gay dads wins men's national diving title

Last Sunday, diver Jordan Windle won the men's 10-meter title with 527.8 points on the final day final day of the U.S. national diving championships. Jordan has been a great supporter of his two dads as well as an advocate for the LGBT community. In 2011, he posted his It Gets Better video, and only a year later he became the grand marshal of an Indiana LGBT pride. He also authored a children's book about adoption titled An Orphan No More, with a foreword by Greg Louganis.

Jordan dreams of diving for the United States at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.

Congratulations Jordan!

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