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Originally posted by Josephuss Josephuss wrote:

Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

mhm..so he can grow up as a nice church going family man that hires gay prostitutes on the side.
see you assume not stoping certain behavior results in those types of situations while you allowing that behavior might promote and be the cause of it

I think the situation I'm talking about is the result of pressure from family and society to conform.  Everyone is different.  There are feminine acting straight men and masculine acting straight women.  


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i think theres a difference between 'squashing' things you see in a young boy.. and really trying to change them. 

i know my little (male) cousin used to cry all the time when he was a young boy.. and he was just real soft acting from being around like nothing but females.. but then his dad started being around him more and the women too start teaching him not to cry all the time. He really like never cried after that and hes different. not necessarily like he was meant to be gay and they changed him.. but they just nipped some things in the bud. 
he just turned 17 today.. Cry they grow so fast. 
hes def not gay he was just taught to be stronger 


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there's nothing wrong with that...girl children should be molded in the same way, seems more like discipline and helping them mature as they grow.  Those are life skills.
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yes i agree. 
i dont think that was trying to 'change' him or anything.. just shaping.  
i wont let my son turn into a lil mixer acting ass male. nope… i wont fail him. 


now if he wants to dress like a girl and i see that thats what he really really wants… thats different. 


although.. with my cousin it was really on some, 'boys dont cry all the time' type stuff… and i dont know if i agree with that completely cus he really busted his head open on a table one day and refused to cry…. 
they had to be like, 'you can cry… its okay…' and he was pretty young. 

theres a line and levels to that sht. 


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Lmao...yes, if I had a weasley ass son like that I would be disappointed in myself.

If my son is gay I hope he's super confident and successful...ppl always think the worst but if you're a good parent they can still be whatever profession, have a happy life, and all that.  


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Originally posted by coconess coconess wrote:

yes i agree. 
i dont think that was trying to 'change' him or anything.. just shaping.  
i wont let my son turn into a lil mixer acting ass male. nope… i wont fail him. 


now if he wants to dress like a girl and i see that thats what he really really wants… thats different. 


although.. with my cousin it was really on some, 'boys dont cry all the time' type stuff… and i dont know if i agree with that completely cus he really busted his head open on a table one day and refused to cry…. 
they had to be like, 'you can cry… its okay…' and he was pretty young. 

theres a line and levels to that sht. 


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I get upset when some people say that they will beat the gay out of their son..I hope they never have children. EVER.
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Just sad one can't be accepted for being different.
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LOL....@ the assumption being effeminate = gay or is a 'sign' of gayness

You do know there are a lot of gay men who are extremely "masculine" right? 


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I'm really not ready to have kids bc I'm not ready to deal with the headache of a gay son/bad deviant son/transexual son/ fast son/mentally disturbed son ...etc.

I'm just not ready for the headache that comes with kids in general
I don't know what I'd do.

I'd love him for sure.
Beyond that I don't know
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