A Gay Dad Doesn't Mind Being Called "Mom", Ryan Field Books

A Gay Dad Doesn’t Mind Being Called “Mom”

This article makes me want to gag in so many ways, but I also see the validity to it as well. I’m not being glib about it either. The typical family structure has been slowly changing for a while now, and many of us are often left wondering how to handle certain situations. For example, here’s a story about a gay dad who’s worried about traditional gender roles, with respect to things like how his kids are going to feel when their teachers start talking about Mother’s Day. He’s worried his kids will feel as though something is “lacking.” And as annoying and self-indulgent as he gets sometimes in this article, there are times when he makes excellent valid points. 

Of course, my initial belief was that it had none at all; that parents are parents and gender doesn’t really have an impact as long as there is enough love and proper guidance. However, the way society treats parents contradicts that.

Here’s more. I would also imagine that straight single parents often feel this way, and gay women couples.  

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