Video Clip of a kid with two fathers (yes, that kind)

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qf0puHJ-KM&NR[/ame]

    Say what you will. I just thought it was nice to see a kid being taken care of.
     
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    No YouTube from work - but if that's a vid showing a boy living with/influenced by two Gay men, it's a VERY sad story. They are likely causing that boy irreparable harm.
     
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    Nice that he is being taken care of. Only wish he would have the chance to experience the love of a mother, too. :(
     
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    Most of the time, these kids do have the mater/fraternal role in their life via friends and family.

    dmp: I highly disagree with that.
     
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    Which absolutely does NOTHING to provide a child with a 'mother'. :(


    I would expect nothing less. I still love you, however...and believe in you. Don't give up completely on yourself, okay, brother?
     
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    Friends & family are nice, but only a female in the ROLE of a mother can provide a child with the kind of influence against which he/she molds his/her character. Same applies to children of divorced parents. :(
     
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    And I'm the child of divorced parents and I had had a lot of males take the role of father to me (mostly family and one "boyfriend" my mom had). The scales tend to tip to me being very masculine because of said influences and roles.
     
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    I wonder who the boy's real mother is. I bet the kid wonders that too and what it would have been like to have lived with her....or a real adoptive mother.

    This display is sickening. Did this kid get up on a stage and sing about "two fathers" all on his own? I doubt it. Just more homosexual propaganda....this time using a child as a prop. I also don't like the children in the audience being propagandized either.

    The "two fathers" may think they are doing good by taking care of the kid... and perhaps they are, especially if the child needed a home and there was no other available. However, to sing in public about the idea that they could ever replace this boy's mother is absurd, a slap at the boy's real mother, and a transgression of nature.
     
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    masculine isn't the problem. You didn't have your father around. Not just a guy to be a man around you - I mean your father. A permanent, live-in loving Male figure. I'm not masculine so much, but I did have a dad 'there'. I'm NOT saying that to say neener-neener - but to illustrate that having a father around won't lead to masculinity so much as it will lead to balance.

    Not saying you're jacked up, just saying you didn't have an optimum experience.

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    You don't know the whole story and neither do I, but I'm rather sure they didn't force the kid to do anything. And I'm sure the mother isn't around for a reason. Maybe a whore or something like that?
     

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