posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 07:27 PM
As a teenager, I made some not-so-great choices. I did get pregnant at age 16 and had my beautiful daughter at 17. Despite the very big changes it
brought in my life, I was always very thankful to have the support of my loving family.
When my daughter was born, I would take her to the county health office for her checkups. I was surprised and horrified at how many girls my age took
the responsibility for the life they helped create and carry, and who were kicked OUT OF THEIR house by their parents. The youngest I met was a 14
year old. Her mother AND father physically threw her out of the house when she confessed she was pregnant.
So yes, I have seen hate in all its many forms.
These days, girls who choose to keep their unborn are often subjected to hate from parents, classmates, and anyone who cares to judge. Where are the
clamoring masses for these girls?
Just wanted to put it in perspective, since apparently it has become the "in thing" to call anyone a hater that does not embrace the gay lifestyle
with open loving arms. Just kind of sick of that term right now.
The letter does sound a bit contrived, but if it is true, I feel much compassion for the guy. It truly was awful what his father did, and I guess at
some point in his life he may come to regret having cut his son off.