A gay teen writes that after he came out as gay, his parents actually kicked him out of the house. Now living with his grandmother, he is looking for help. What a tough situation! Though it happens all the time, it is generally not legal for a parent to "kick out" a child who is under
My Parents Kicked Me Out for Being Gay -- What Can I Do?
World's best grandfather slams daughter who disowned gay son
A thoroughly "disappointed" grandparent reportedly scolded his daughter via snail mail after she kicked his year-old grandson out of the house for being gay. The letter, handwritten on graphing paper, has gone viral after the clothing company FCKH8 posted it to their Facebook page. Since the photo was sent in by an anonymous "supporter," FCKH8 hasn't managed to verify the authenticity of the letter. But the grandpa' s apparent display love has struck a chord with thousands on the Internet. Grandpa starts out by pointing fingers, calling his daughter the one who brought "shame" to their family. A parent disowing her child is what goes 'against nature,'" the grandpa writes. He was born this way and didn't choose it any more than he being [sic] left-handed," he wrote.
US tabloid claims Prince Charles is gay, splashes photos of scandalous 'kiss'
Jump to navigation. The cover of May 19 edition of an American tabloid, Globe, that says "Charles caught kissing boy toy" with a photo of Prince and a young man sharing what seems like an intimate moment. Yes, 'disowned' and 'demands' in capital letters! This is not the first time the Globe is reporting this.
In what has to be a contender for letter of the year, this handwritten note was penned by a distraught grandfather after his daughter had thrown out her son after he came out as gay. The grandfather writes: "Kicking Chad out of your home simply because he told you he was gay is the real abomination," adding that a parent disowning their child is "what really goes against nature". Unfortunately, the details surrounding why the mother threw out her gay son is not directly addressed, but the passionate missive is replete with hints. Fortunately for the young man, he seems to have a wonderful grandfather happy to take in his "fabulous" grandson. The letter continues: "He was born this way and didn't choose it more than he being left-handed