complete family...in terms of gender?

@asliah (11149)
Philippines
January 25, 2011 6:38am CST
there's a lot of people who always smile and wonder if they hear from me that we are really complete...in terms of gender...we are four siblings... my elder brother is straight male which is the first child,second child is my sister and she is a real woman,third is me, and i am a gay, and lastly my younger sister is a lesbian.and this is true. may i know your reaction/s about this? will you anger,smile,laugh, annoy mad..etc... but we are happy family..:) and i am proud of it.whatever you thinking of....:)
6 responses
• United States
9 Feb 11
DrMario said it best as why would anyone have any form of opinion and or reaction to a happy unity of a family. Onward friend smile and enjoy your family.
@gaiza12 (4889)
• Philippines
9 Feb 11
I have a big happy family as well. I don't have a gay brother but i have a lesbian sister. And even if my sister prefers to be lesbian we don't have anything against it. And just as long as my family is happy then we don't care what other people may say. We don't do any harm to others so they should better behave and shut their mouths because if i hear anything bad talks about my sister then they will be dealing with the whole family. Glad that your family is happy, don't mind what others have to say. Just thank God for giving you a happy and complete family.
@Lance26 (957)
• Philippines
27 Jan 11
Wow! That's the spirit. You shouldn't be ashamed for what you are or what other people may say or think of you. The most important thing is you are happy for what you are. Cheers!!! Have a nice day.
@kingparker (9698)
• United States
26 Jan 11
Well, as long as you think you are happy, you don't have to worry about what other people think of you. If you are gay, being gay as your final happiness. No one can judge you, and on one has the power to punish you. Life is short, and you have a choice of yourself, and this power is bestow upon you. P.S. I just wonder how your parents react to this?
• India
25 Jan 11
No one in the world can say that he/she is complete..question of complete family comes later.To my mind, happiness is more important then incompleteness.The second thing is when you are happy then where is a question...that's enough and suffice.
@uath13 (8227)
• United States
25 Jan 11
Aren't you missing the bi's Your parent's need to have 2 more kids.