“For the record she used to be against...until her daughter came out of the closet.
I find it hypocritical that someone used to be anti-LGBTQ until they have a son/daughter who comes out.
So it was NOT OK to be gay/lesbian before....but it is now since it suddenly applies to you?
If she did not have a daughter who was openly lesbian would Marie here still be anti-LGBTQ?”
RiffRaffAmI on Dec 30, 2013 at 14:58:55
“There's nothing wrong with changing one's mind when it becomes a part of their reality. The majority of those who were anti-LGBT and against Marriage Equality and changed their thinking on the subject, did so because of a very close friend or family member who were LGBT. It happens all the time with many other situations in life. Until it "hits home", people can not empathize with any given situation. I commend her for coming around and now supporting it.”
Ces Orquiola on Dec 29, 2013 at 22:02:46
“Are you suggesting that people cannot change their minds?”
BeninOakland on Dec 29, 2013 at 12:10:45
“Not hypocritical. It's called compassion, education, understanding, which lead to empathy.”
Shane Cowart on Dec 29, 2013 at 10:14:45
“Wait, now, even Cher had a hard time when her daughter (now son) came out. Sometimes parents have to be woken up.”
“They can usually get away with these tiny homes because they build them on a wheeled trailer base. Since they are small and have wheels most places classify them as a mobile home or RV tow-able trailer. This of course means you have to buy license plate and insurance on them and they also have to have turn signals and brake lights.”
B continues on May 15, 2014 at 23:26:51
“Huh, I was unaware that towable trailers had to have their own licenses.”