My Father Was Gay. Why I Oppose Same-Sex Marriage.

It took me decades to come to my views on same-sex “marriage” in light of my personal experiences.

From infancy, I was unwittingly identified under the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transsexual (GLBT) umbrella…

…I was exposed to a lot of expressed sexuality in the home and subcultures. I experienced uncountable losses. Gender was supposed to be boundless; yet, I did not see my father and his partners valuing, loving and affirming women. My father’s preference for one gender (male) created an inner sense of inequality for me.

As a dependent child and teen, I was not allowed to say anything that would hurt the feelings of the adults around me. If I did, I could face ostracism or worse…

  • These cases are not atypical. More and more people are coming out of the woodwork to talk about their negative experiences. Try as they might, the professional gay lobby will not be able to stop this information from leaking out.

  • Ron MacDonald

    In twenty-five to thirty years, shrinks are going to be making a fortune in the West thanks to the progressive mindset.

  • Tatonka

    I’m confused. How were any of these issues caused by the same-sex marriage that your Dad never had?