I know I wouldn't. I'll support her and be there for her no matter what. I just hope she will still want to wear a wedding gown on her wedding day, regardless if she marries a man or a woman.
But I just saw a quote on FB the other day that said:
"I don't understand why people think that having a gay child means they failed as a parent. Disowning your child for being gay means you failed as a parent."
I don't understand the parents who disown their gay children. I really don't. How does that help? Do they think if they disown their child, the gay will go away?
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Answer by balagan_imma at 4:09 PM on Jul. 28, 2012
I have never understood this either and I have seen that scenario more times than I care to remember. My eldest daughter is gay and she got married to her life partner but she did not wear a wedding gown! The gown really doesn't mean much in the scheme of things, only their well being and their happiness.... These type of parents are looking out for themselves, they don't want to deal with reality and their faith takes precedence over anything or anyone which is a very sad statement.
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