I intended no offense. Surprisingly, his father was quicker to accept the news, it was his mother who had to take some time to process this information, and it wasn't smooth going. My first two questions are about my trying to understand what you were using as an example of your question.
ValDominicX : A guy who has a sex change operation is not the same as a gay guy… or the same as any guy, by definition.
I think I can say that my dad and I are a bit more closer now. We seemed to only ever discuss random things of little substance. Your child's birthday or due date. After they read it Mom keeps messaging me that Dad is texting him day after day to make me come home. Public opinion on gay marriage has also shifted dramatically in a short time.
But he said that every once in a while, he does notice an occasional condescending attitude about his parenting abilities creep into conversations with distant family members and even some friends. You must log in or sign up to post here. I think. Only saw him 4 days a month growing up due to divorced parents.
Which clears things up for me regarding your example.
I never felt I would be comfortable enough to be able to come out to him. Maybe this is just really how they like to be. Surprisingly, his father was quicker to accept the news, it was his mother who had to take some time to process this information, and it wasn't smooth going.
Live Preview. He tells me that the only time that his gaydar gets screwed up is when he meets Jews he thought I was gay when he met me. I wonder how much of it matches up to the reality of her self-perception?