If I had kids I know if they were gay I guess I'd have to come to terms with it...but being a sissy would be different.
That sounds like a joke, but I really think that we must accept homosexuality, but even though it may sound at odds, I still insist on men being masculine. Doesn't mean they have to smash whiskey bottles over their head or anything, but walk and talk like a man, not a 15 year-old girl.
Now in this case the woman said after the book was published many people contacted her saying they had the same situation and were all relieved.
I wanted to be Steve Austin when I was a kid (The original 6 Million Dollar Man one) but my dad had to tell me NO the time I wanted to jump off the garage.
I also insisted on only eating seafood after I saw 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea but that only lasted two meals before my mom told me it was unfeasible.
What I'm saying is maybe they should just tell these boys no.
I mean what if they really aren't gay? This boy may come back home one day when he's 18 and say "For crying out loud ma! Why in the name of everything holy did you let me wear dresses when I was a kid?!?!?!"