From a parent of gay daughter
My daughter Elleriene came out to me when she was 14, as a single father, I dont know why but i found it very difficult to accept her reality. We had fights many a times over this topic. it got so bitter that we dint talk for almost two years, she was living with her partner in the city. I would take the night bus to the city just to see her get ready and go to office from a distance, I never had the courage to go say that I am ok with your choice and i want you to be happy as i am the one who made it bitter for her. One day, her partner came to my house, with flowers and wine, saying she wants me to be present at their wedding, Elle thinks if she comes we will end with another argument so sent her. I bought the nicest old man suit and went, when she saw me she cried, we hugged and we both cried for almost 10 minutes. I walked her down the aile and kissed her forehead with my blessings. She is happy than she ever was with her partner and I am hapy to see her smile. I urge all parents to accept their children, the world is already making it hard for them, we as parents should bring a smile on their face. Thank you.
Let me tell you about this woman. Although she is KO’d next to me right now, that smile in the picture is as genuine as it gets. Never in my life have I met someone who makes me feel as alive as this girl does. Nor someone who I know loves me for me, despite how weird I can be. Brittney Dailey, I love you with my entire heart and am so incredibly grateful for you ❤️