Would you treat your child differently if they were gay?
September 21, 2006 6:09pm CST
Some people degrade their children if they're gay and are ashamed of them. How do you feel about this? Would you turn your kids away if they were gay or would you still love them just the same? Sure some parents might feel like it's their fault and some might feel they had nothing to do with it, but why degrade them? They get it bad enough from peers, why do they need it from their own parents? If I had a child and he/she turned out to be gay, I'd still love them unconditionally. I wouldn't let that stop me. Alot of people are gay, doesn't mean they don't deserve love though.
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6 Oct 06
I would never treat my child different based on something like that. You're right you should love them unconditionally. I would question any parent's love for any of their children if they were willing to discard one of them so easily.
22 Sep 06
No, not at all. I’d commend them for being strong enough to stand up for something they believe they are. I’d be proud I had created and child that was aware of who he/she was and strong enough to not let people walk over them.