Myol saidThose kids have every right to grow up not being ashamed of their family. And that is more important than the fear of homophobia, in my opinion.
I agree. As a society we yearn for parents that are active in their children's lives, who act as positive role models for their children, who expose their children to all aspects of what they will face in the future (good and bad) and educate them about more than just what they'll see at home.
How anyone can look at the faces of the girls in those photos, the smiles, the joy and what the dads are doing as parents for the girls and object is beyond me. This is what we hope for all children and yet because they're gay or because they're gay and black there's some reason this is wrong? We have children standing in front of church congregations begging to be loved and we find it appalling and then we have 3 girls being shown so much love that it spills over in their smiles and some find it appalling?
Haters will always hate. Love these guys for what they're doing. 3 kids is a LOT and if you've not raised kids you really don't know how much work, time and selflessness it really takes. Kudos for them! YAY!