My son is Gay

Tammie - posted on 09/08/2016 ( 6 moms have responded )




I am homely Christian woman with two children, one male and the other female, The boy is only 14 years of age and i found on his phone he was sending pictures of himself to other men and they would comment on how he looks (They would send some back and he would comment asking for more) So i am very worried as this is not in the word of God. I need advice on how to deal with my UnHoly son.


Sarah - posted on 09/08/2016




When it comes to your faith and your beliefs. I am a woman of faith. I am however a scientist, and I cannot believe that God makes mistakes. Your son may be gay, but that is how God made him. Maybe the challenge is for you, not him, for you to learn acceptance and love for all? Your son needs to not have access to the internet, for his own safety. Beyond that, what more can you do? Try to change him? Not accept him for whom he is?

Amanda - posted on 09/08/2016




Yes take phone away...and don't give it back. My daughter did same thing that age and I have phone back a couple times and she did it again and again...I finally cut the line off she is 17 and still does not have a phone in my name because her behavior is to inconsistent and can't be trusted.


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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/08/2016




God doesn't make mistakes, and Jesus teaches love.

If your son is gay he is gay, and no amount of fixing or exorcism is going to change that.

Tell him that sending nudes of himself at this age is illegal, and if he continues, take his phone. Otherwise? Love you kid, no matter what his sexuality is.

Ev - posted on 09/08/2016




Well for beginners, take the stupid phone from him. Next, sit down and talk to him about sending those photos to men because he is under age it is considered child porn and he and they are going to be in trouble with the law. Then, get him into counseling.

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