Will my kid be gay?

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Re: Will my kid be gay?

Postby DennyDe » Fri May 12, 2017 9:06 am

I do not even know, Andreas, what to tell you about this... because, frankly speaking, I have never thought about this problem (or is it a problem at all?! :? ) still, there has to be some degree of the influence on the ongoing situation... I bet that a boy, who is looking a parents who are TWO men, kind of have the blurred model or possible relations for himself... and therefore, you may be just honest by giving him the hint that traditionally boys are into girls... of course, trying to abuse and force a kid to believe that it is BETTER to become a homosexually oriented will be the violations of the personality! you have no natural right to act this way...

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Re: Will my kid be gay?

Postby Stewart » Fri Sep 22, 2017 2:57 pm

good afternoon boys. What plans do you have for tomorrow??? is it something good? Will you share with me?? Frankly speaking I don't want my baby to become a gay in future. Just on the one point of view. It is really difficult to live in the world where almost everyone thinks you are strange just because of your orientation... It is crazy abs that's why I don't want my baby to have such a fate. But if it will happen I will support him in any case abs I will support his any choice because I think that parents should always support their children

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Re: Will my kid be gay?

Postby Dorian » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:32 am

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Re: Will my kid be gay?

Postby George86 » Thu Jan 11, 2018 2:31 pm

Hi there dudes. How are you going to spend this day?? Is it predict to be good? Or what? could you share?) to tell the truth I even don't know for what should be ready. I understand that under the parents influence my baby can decide the same about his orientation and he could be a gay or bi. everything is possible. Of course I will support him and her in any their decisions and it doesn't matter for me what orientation would they have. I think that parents should support in their decision and be close to each other. Here I think it is truly very very important....

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