Would you abandon him because of what he has become? Would you let him live in fears and in all lies? Or would you accept him although its a "sin" and therefore, to some, considered as an "evil"? Are you really concerned about him, or you are being too selfish to protect your family's reputation?
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Iburmaster - this I agree with, your stance, not your husbands. My apologies for the comments in the parent's being gay section - it doesn't make sense to me re parents, but I'm glad you'd accept him for who he is. Thank you.
I agree with that. Follow up question: Why most gay parent dad won't accept their son as a gay?
For most men, it's an embarrassment. There are various reasons why.
I wonder if for Dad's it's "What did I do wrong?" Society has made us think it's something bad, dirty, shameful and wrong, so they feel guilt at not having done right by their son - when love of a parent is the only right thing they need to do.
I think that (in general) females are more likely to be accepting. I believe this is because women (as a group) have experienced opression and therefore are less likey to opress. Again, this is generally speaking- not inclusive of all.
I agree with that. After all, love is love regardless what the sexuality is!
Indeed. Follow up question: The bible says that God only created Adan and Eve. Then who created gays/lesbian? Why do people think that because they are what they are, they are "evil"? What is your thought about this.
If you believe in Adam and Eve... There was only one man and one woman on Earth at the time ... What choice did they have ? If their creater had made 2 women and 2 men instead of one of each .... Who knows.
It's decidedly incestuous if you think about it - Adam and Eve...and whom else to continue onwards? I like your thoughts Windy - what if there had been 2 of one?
Lanzkie - I believe we were made this way - if there is God, then he made us this way
TheFranko - as part of the 'family' - we accept and love each and everyone of us along the spectrum of sexuality - so, always know you are accepted, welcomed and cherished amongst us, even if your own family do not understand.