Anne and Joe
I befriended parents of gay children for more than 30 years. Since that time, social and political circumstances have changed a great deal, but the core problems facing parents of gay people seem to have remained very much the same.
I am the mother of a lesbian daughter. I regret that I made the transition to acceptance much harder because I wasn’t prepared, and I wasn’t informed. Many years on, I feel privileged to have had the experience.
Pat
I am the mother of a lesbian daughter. I regret that I made the transition to acceptance much harder because I wasn’t prepared, and I wasn’t informed. Many years on, I feel privileged to have had the experience.
Janis
Our son came out when he was 17. Like all parents, we found getting used to the idea more than strange. Our main concern was isolation, and worried that, unfairly, he’d be viewed as a “second class citizen”. We worried he’d be hurt by reactions of people who mattered. We needn’t have – he is very happy and well respected.

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