Blogging for LGBT families

June 1, 2007 at 2:28 pm | Posted in getting involved | 4 Comments

I was reading over at Fast Times at Homeschool High, 2007familyday120×2401.jpg(http://fasttimes.clubmom.com/fast_times/)And found out today is Blogging for LGBT families! Wow! There is now a day for everything. So, I am posting this info to keep with the spirit.We are not a LGBT family. We have friends that are. One day I might be the mother of a person in the LGBT community. If it were your son or daughter, how would you want them to be treated? Hopefully better than I have seen some people treat members of the LGBT community. If we learn tolerance and love within ourselves for those things/people/cultural differences that we encounter, then the whole world will be a better place. There really is no need for any more anger and hate in the world. What we really need is more love and respect. So, if you don’t have kids, learn to embrace the different folks of the world, and if you have kids, teach them to be open minded and to live without preformed prejudice. Who knows, one day your child might grow up to fall in love with someone from a group outside your norm and then where would you be?

To read more entries on Blogging for LGBT Families, go to

http://mombian.com/2007/06/01/blogging-for-lgbt-families-day-contributed-posts/

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  1. […] Kamrin’s Karma: Blogging for LGBT Families […]

  2. This is a great post!
    I remember the pride and joy I felt when
    Ciari asked me ” Can girls marry girls.and can boy’s
    marry boys?” and because of the new law passed
    in my province I was able to say YES!

    I also remember overhearing a mother answer this
    same question with a LIE to her young daughter
    and the outrage I felt. She realized I was eavsdropping
    and looked ashamed of herself. For the lying or her narrow-mindedness?
    I’ll never know but I hope she remembers that day forever especially
    if her kiddo falls in love with someone outside of her norm,just like you said. Where will she be then?

  3. Thanks Kamrin. 🙂

  4. […] Kamrin’s Karma: We are not a LGBT family. We have friends that are. One day I might be the mother of a person in the LGBT community. If it were your son or daughter, how would you want them to be treated? Hopefully better than I have seen some people treat members of the LGBT community. If we learn tolerance and love within ourselves for those things/people/cultural differences that we encounter, then the whole world will be a better place. There really is no need for any more anger and hate in the world. What we really need is more love and respect. So, if you don’t have kids, learn to embrace the different folks of the world, and if you have kids, teach them to be open minded and to live without preformed prejudice. Who knows, one day your child might grow up to fall in love with someone from a group outside your norm and then where would you be? […]


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