posted on May, 24 2013 @ 09:14 AM
reply to post by Zaphod58
Zaph, I've gotta wince at the scumbag comment. If I was in the father's position, having had children in a hetero/traditional marriage, I'd have,
at the least, reservations about my children now being raised in a gay environment.
It's as much his job to be concerned with his kids future as the mother's.
The real difference between the two "camps", in my opinion is the gay sexual act, itself.
I love my daughter and grandchildren, my late parents and others. At no time did "sex" have to enter into the equation, by thought or act.
Somehow, "love" is sufficient justification for sex, according to gays and their supporters. That basic difference defines the issue. How does a
father trust a relationship that indulges that impulse and calls it "preference"?
Now the children are exposed to a potential courtship/indocrination to the gay agenda by either person that could last for years, not to mention
Yes, it can happen in any family, but I'd put my money on it occurring less in a "family" that doesn't follow the "if you love it, have sex with
Anyone who has a moral code that they attempt to subscribe to would want that code continued in their children. That's the immortality gift children
give us, the parents.
The father is perfectly in his rights and I'd do the same.