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Original message (posted by jouell)
I am just saying this and no more, but.. I personally know a gay couple, one of them had been married to a woman, they had a beautiful daughter together, after a few years they divorced the daughter chose to live with her Dad.. Later he began a Gay relationship, after finally admitting to himself that try as he may to live a 'straight' lifestyle, he couldn't... He and his partner have been together now for 18 years, they brought up the girl together, she is a beautiful girl, doing great in Uni, is very well adjusted and has a boyfriend... It doesn't mean that because her Dad is gay and she was brought up in a 'gay' household that she has somehow been damaged and will never be normal...

Just thinking about it, I know another couple, lesbians, one had been married before and had two daughters, before starting her relationship with her partner of 25years.. The two daughters lived with their Mum and partner, had a brilliant childhood, both went to Uni, , both are now married to a man, both have children of their own, one is a professional musician, plays the oboe, the other is a Vetenarian... All three have grown up 'normal' and done great in their lives, in spite of being brought up by Gay and Lesbian parents...
 
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