This is absolutely beautiful. I can't wait for the day that all sexual orientations, and all people as a whole are treated with equal rights and respect.
I've noticed that a few people caught the mother saying she didn't like gay pride parades and such like that. I don't think she meant it as 'don't ask, don't tell.' Naturally I can't know for sure, but I believe she more so meant that one's sexuality shouldn't be paraded around, because it shouldn't matter. Different sexual orientations shouldn't be viewed as an issue, and therefore such parades shouldn't be necessary.
Unfortunately, we're not quite at that point in acceptance and equality. One day, hopefully soon, we will be. Until then, let there be parades! We've got to get the point across in the most positive manner possible.
When all is said and done, she appears to be a very loving and caring mother. That is unconditional love, and that is how all parents should be.
Also, pay no mind to the closed-minded utters of those who come here to criticize based off of their own self-righteous beliefs. Not all Christians are ignorant bible-thumpers who claim that anyone who does anything that goes against their personal belief system will burn in hell. I for one, am a Christian who believes that all sins are equal in the eyes of God, and therefore homosexuality- if it is a sin at all- is no greater a sin than than the lies and hate spouted by those who claim to be righteous people of God.
Judge not, for you are not above any human who has or ever will walk this earth. Also, if you're judging this guy, or anyone else for that matter, I hope you know that you're a bastard and if anyone's damned to spend an eternity burning, it will be you sizzling like a steak marinated in your own judgmental hatred. <3
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