By JAVIER MANJARRES
I am standing on a crossroads here in my child’s life, and this is the moment when people either turn their children into bigots and narrow-minded individuals, or they have the opportunity to open their eyes to tolerance. Of course, I have always intended to choose tolerance.
That was a remark that Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) made during an interview on SiriusXM’s POTUS channel , when she recalled having to explain to her then 12 year old son Jake, of what “being gay” meant.
“And I explained to Jake that there are some people who are born and they’re attracted to the opposite sex – like your mom and dad – and other people who are born and they’re attracted to someone who is the same sex and neither is preferable, they’re both normal,” adding that there were ” some people that think it’s only OK to like somebody of the opposite sex.”
Wasserman Schultz has been one of the biggest advocates for same-sex marriage, and has been somewhat of a spokesperson for the LGBT community.Share and “Like” the story below and leave a comment.