I think it was about 2 or 3 months ago I was having this conversation with my mom while we were walking our dogs. Actually it was when that transgendered man was pregnant (Does anyone remember that?). I always try to bring up gay topics, to see what her views are as well as drop hints about my sexuality. So we were out walking our dogs when I brought up the story about the trans man who was pregnant. She said what I thought she'd say. That it was weird and what not. But she also said that she thought it was weird and wrong for two men or two "lezzies" ,as she put it , to have children. I was kinda taken back by that comment. I was like WTF (in my head of course). So I actually stood up and said that I didn't think that it was wrong and that single people raise children so what difference would it make if a kid had 2 mommies or 2 daddies. I think she was surprised that I said what I did. She was like quiet for a couple of seconds like she didn't know what to say to that. And then she finally said "Well, I guess they can't help the way they are born" and she looked at me.....it was kinda weird....like she said it because she finally realized that I might actually be a lesbian. lol. It was sorta alkward the rest of the walk home. Like she didn't know what to say and I sure as hell didn't know what to say.
Thing is I'm sorta passionate about gay people having kids because I want to have kids one day. I've always wanted to have my own family, my own home and all that great stuff. The fact that I'm gay doesn't change any of that. I still want it all. And that's my goal in life, that's my reason for living. I don't go through all the bullshit of life to one day be rich or famous or be a player. I wanna experience life, make new friends, have fun with said friends, fall in love, have girlfriends, kiss a girl for the first time, make love, maybe get married some where down the road, and in the end hopefully adopt or watch my gf/wife give birth to our children. Then watch them grow up. I just hope my family is there to celebrate becoming grandparents, Aunts and uncles.