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    What great parents, if only this was how this always went down, the world would be a better place. Nate is a lucky boy. I think it's bright in here, my eyes are watering
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sojiita View Post
    Not only do I love the dad, I love all of you for your great responses. Will now go and cry happy tears! (((big hug to everyone who posted in this thread)))
    Awwwwwwww, we love ya, Soj. You know that.
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    brought tears to my eyes!
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    (((((big hug to you Soj!))))
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    Well done, daddy. Many could learn a lesson on love and acceptance from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yanna View Post
    This title is just wrong the way I understood it
    yeah, i had to mull it over in my head for a minute. i read it that way at first, too.
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    So heartwarming. This is how I'd like to think I'd react if either of my boys came out. It's sad that this is being celebrated though as it's obviously classed as unusual.
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    This is how it should be. I'm sad because I know too many people who have experienced just the opposite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shedevilang View Post
    *must not cry!
    I'm hormonal. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.

    What an awesome dad!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serendipity View Post
    So heartwarming. This is how I'd like to think I'd react if either of my boys came out. It's sad that this is being celebrated though as it's obviously classed as unusual.
    Right? It didn't make me cry, it made me a little sad that this isn't the "typical" reaction or reality that a lot of kids face when "coming out". Your child is your child no matter what their sexual orientation. If my son came home and said he is gay, it wouldn't make a bit of difference to me - his sexuality doesn't define my love for him. A parent's love is supposed to be unconditional, right? I may never completely get over him shooting my car with a bb gun or something STOOPID (and fucking avoidable), but sexual orientation is something that he can't help!
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    And this is how it is done.
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    Very sweet. What a relief to him, I'm sure.
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    That is so simple and elegant. Wish we could all have parents like that, whether we're gay or not.

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    I read this on George Takei's FB wall and I balled my eyes out. I wish there were more parents like this. I've taken my son to Gay Pride in San Diego since he was an itty bitty. He's 7 now. He really doesn't get it right now. All he knows is that there is a cool ass kids section with snacks, games and crafts. He's met JuJuBee and Ongina from RuPaul's drag race and loves them both. Once he gets older to understand the Pride stuff, he will know that being Gay is just as FABULOUS as being straight. And he will know that if he is A faboo gay boy, he will know that he will have no worries about coming out to myself and Mr. Honeythorn. And if he's not Gay, he will defend his gay friends to the fullest.

    It's all about teaching them when they are babies TOLERENCE AND LOVING EVERYONE....regardless of thier sexual status. My son loves him some Drag Queens and he knows how to adress a Queen, Transgendered individual, And Gay lovelies.




    Look at my Lil Man Lino And JuJu...This is what being an accepting parent is all about!!!!!


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