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I love my son ❤????

Sheannutt 9 Sep 16
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I'm so glad you're ok together!

@Sheannutt How lucky you are! Imagine--50 years ago--in the closet, afraid, etc. At all stages of my life, I've had gay friends...they're the BEST! Your son and his friends will enrich your life!

@Sheannutt What fun! You can ''adopt'' them all and have wonderful holidays, watch the Oscars together, etc. I'm smiling for you!

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My daughter is gay ... I am proud to be her mum. Why people get "up set" with other peoples sexual preferences is beyond me.

@Sheannutt awww wonderful. Thanks for sharing

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And you should love your son. To me it's that simple.

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My ex would have done that. He was mortified our one of our daughters had gay friends. He didn't want "those boys" in our home. I told him he was safe and she could invite in anyone she wanted. I think I stayed married to protect the kids. People love who they love, there isn't enough love in the world, why shame or restrict who loves whom. As a parent there is nothing that could make me not love one of my children. I love this child possibly more because she has such an open and loving heart, and she was my biggest challenge as a teenager, but she an amazing adult.

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More than anything.

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My parents dropped me, & I'm not gay.....so it can happen with anything. Still not even really sure why.

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I could not agree more! I love my kids, no matter what.

Zster Level 8 Sep 16, 2018
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I have a stepson, who cheats on his woman and lies about things unnecessarily. I do not like men who are like him, but he is family and I treat him well. Though, we aren't buddies because sometimes I slip and my true feelings show a little, and he picks up on it. If he were gay, I'd not be any more or less at odds with him.

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My middle child is trans and, for me, the hardest part is the pronoun. Can't imagine disowning them.

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