Post # 1
I just came across this video on FB and it brought tears to my eyes. This Gay parent bashing what would you do shows how the LGTB community is supported by some pretty incredible people!!! The wonderful man who wrote the letter just broke my heart… In a good way !!! So overwhelmed by his touching words. As I am a gay parent… This is my life
So … Ask yourself What would you do?
Post # 3
@nativedesires: The link isn’t working 🙁
Post # 5
It’s on YouTube
Gay Parents Bashed: What Would You Do?
Post # 6
Along with the ignorant people in the world, there are some pretty special ones that gladly stand up for our community. Was very happy to see the supporters in this video.
Post # 7
Watching this was so disheartening. I hate the way other people are hateful. I hate that this has to be an issue. I hate that so many of my friends will be denied what’s right because of who they are. I hate that so many PEOPLE will be denied what’s right because of who they are.
Post # 8
This warmed my heart! I was so happy to see that nearly half of the people spoke up to shut this woman down in a conservative state. Standing up for others, particularly in public, can be hard, but it needs to be done in situations like this. Really, I think it’s probably harder for my husband when I get involved, just because we’re all taught to “behave in public,” but this kind of crap can’t stand.
The woman offering to buy the family’s breakfast and the man who talked with the waitress were amazing, but the guy that wrote the letter made me cry. There are plenty of amazing people out there, and I hope that you and your family encounter way more of them than you ever have to meet of the waitress.
Post # 9
I am so grateful that you see what I see when you watch it. Thank you
Post # 10
@nativedesires: I’m always happily surprised by episodes of “What Would You Do?” and this was no exception. It’s good to see so many warm, caring, and human people stand up for what is right – love instead of hate. Another suprise is that this was in Texas! I never would have thought that Texas would have more people standing up for the parents than NY. Way to go, Texans!