When the liberals decided to make smoking their latest method of controlling people, the thing that they harped on the most was it lowered the expected life span 5 years and increased potential of contracting heart and lung ailments. Not only do you not live as long you are not as healty.
Now, what responsible adult, especially loving parents would condone and encourage a lifestyle that would shorten a child’s life by 20 years, and during that lifetime would increase the child’s chances of contracting a chronic or terminal illness or infection by 50%, and expose that child to a lifetime of depression, anxiety, substance abuse, drug addiction and potential to being abused sexually and physically.
You might as well give them a gun and encourage them to try Russian roulette, or sky dive without a parachute or drive a car 100 mph without wearing a seatbelt. If a parent would suggest any of those behaviors they would be guilty of child abuse, but allowing schools to portray homosexuality as a lifestyle choice that has no consequences is being a good parent?
Only in a liberal’s world which is much like an Xrated Wayne’s world except without humor would anyone want a lifestyle for any of their loved ones that has this many consequences.
Shame and guilt are usually society’s way of keeping people from making incredibly stupid mistakes. They want to remove all shame and guilt and they want us to give them a standing ovation for choosing that lifestyle.
Sorry - even though I would not love my child any less, I certainly would spend a lot more time worrying about their well being.
Of course you would still love them, because love is unconditional, but...........approval is not. You would worry, as any rational parent would, and I am sure, try to convince them of what was in store for them. No parent would do less, if they indeed love their child. We would never suggest they "safe smoke" or practice "safe drug use", yet we encourage safe homosexual sex activities in school? There is no such thing. Rational people don't think so.