I have a question: Why is it so hard for some parents to accept the fact that their child is gay? I'm not talking about the narrow-minded homophobic parents. I'm talking about the open-minded, pro-gay rights parents. The ones who accept everyone else being gay but have a really hard time accepting their own child's sexuality. It's not the parents' issue, they're not the gay one, so why is it so difficult? Is it because they've built this image of their child getting married and leading life as a straight person, and now they have to throw that image away? Thoughts would be great, thanks!