Does Elton John and his family strike you as an odd type of family? (There is no mother).
Elton John and his partner recently got married legally. Apparently, their two sons were born via a surrogate. Does this type of family arrangement strike you as "odd", i.e. there is no mother in the family??
Not at all. There are plenty of motherless children out there. There are also plenty of fatherless children out there. There are also lots of children with no parents sitting in foster care. As long as their children are loved and cared for that is all that matters.
Non-traditional, maybe, but whether or not it's "odd" is in the eye of the beholder.
There are plenty of families with no mother, or no father, or no parents at all. I think family is a group of people who love each other and care for each other, regardless of biology or parentage. In that sense, Elton John's family is just like any other.
by Mr-Yo LV6 years ago
If you knew Elton John was coming to your party, what song would you ask him to sing?
by Kelly Kline Burnett6 years ago
Did anyone else watch Saturday Night Live with Elton Johh?I love Elton John but was very disappointed. He needs to hire a writer that promote his brand. Tabloids are great for the personal life but as a tv...
by Alota7 years ago
In Parade - published in the USA - Elton John claims Jesus was a Homosexual....what do you think....was Jesus Gay?
by Jim Hunter7 years ago
And the opinion surprised me.http://music.msn.com/music/article.aspx … ;GT1=28102
by Person of Interest5 years ago
Not sure where this thread will go, if anywhere...Suggestions are welcome.
by Offtrackmtb5 years ago
Does it strike anyone else as odd that all of the questions seem to largely be debates over god?No one is going to change anyone's mind. No Atheist is going to be swayed by the brilliance hidden in the Koran and...
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