My son is obviously Gay.

I’ve been a mother to a boy for almost 2 years now.  Things didn’t start feeling different until recently.  He has a temper, he punches his sisters in the face, he laughs when people fall instead of consoling them and of course, when he passes gas, he thinks it is the funniest thing in the world.

photo.PNG-6He accompanied me to school pick up today and would not leave the house without a pink teapot by Fisher Price that we have. (P.S. Best toy ever, 7 years old and I have never replaced the batteries). He loves this teapot and I didn’t see the big deal in him bringing it along. Once we arrived at the school, he would not leave the car without his pink teapot, “Mommy, no go! I want tea!” If tea is what the boy wants, tea is what the boy will get. I walked with my very excited boy and his teapot and once we arrived at the school, I felt stares. I looked around and a mom said, “What a cute little girl! Look at her teapot!”. When people say my son is a girl, I usually just go with it, too much work on my end to explain that he is a boy. “It’s a boy and he loves his teapot.”, I said. “Oh! I thought it was a girl since he has a pink binky and the teapot!”, then another mom chimed in, “I would not let my son play with a teapot, you are making him gay. You are raising him to be a girl.” Now… It took everything I have not to catch a case. I took a deep breath and said to them, “You’re right, because my son plays with a teapot, he is obviously going to be gay. I mean, that makes total sense. He also loves wearing a purple sequin skirt from time to time and knows the names of all the characters on Sofia the first. Obviously gay. He is a happy little boy.  He will always be gay because he will be happy and because he will have a mother that is not ignorant and knows that whatever a child needs to keep him or her gay is what she will deliver.”

It is terribly sad that in the year 2014 people can still be so un-informed and ignorant.  Either way, I will be keepin’ my kids gay for as long as I have the power to do so because a happy child is priceless.


  1. Blake loves playing barbies with Keira! His favorite is Ariel.. loves to brush her bright red locks of hair. Does this mean he’s gay too? I love it… he’s gay as can be, except when Keira takes Ariel away, then he’s rightly pissed off! And if he does grow up to be gay… as in homosexual, we’d love him no less and hope he’s as gay ever! Seriously though…. people are so (bleeping) ignorant still, that is what saddens me about parenting today. Having to explain that some people just don’t get it.

  2. Um….Sammy played a teeball game last night with his nails painted purple glitter and pink. His sister told him to do it, so he did! He showed several little boys who were all jealous.

    Is my 3 year old gay???? OH NO! meh. I don’t care. He can be whatever he wants to be.

  3. My boys are 5 and 7. They both love Cinderella, one loves My Little Pony and the other’s favourite colours, forever, have been pink and “rainbow.” They love nail polish and like to play with dolls and putting diapers on them. And they have no sisters- we bought this stuff for them. I love my boys and will love them no less should either or both of them choose to be heterosexual. 🙂

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