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Dad Steals Show At Jain Gay Wedding

"It is not a defect. It is not to be cured." At his gay son's wedding, the father raised this memorable toast. 👏👏

05/27/2020 4:57 AM
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  • Anand J.
    2 days

    His mums face didnt say the same

  • Flora M.
    2 days

    shet touch ako hart

  • Ali B.
    2 days

    He is just lucky to have an open society to live in. Not everyone has that privilege. 💔 Congrats

  • Tris J.
    2 days

    People are still people no matter what. Still need love and respect

  • Irene F.
    2 days

    Amen!

  • Dinu C.
    2 days

    Lovely parents 🤗

  • Saskia K.
    2 days

    ♥️

  • Odette S.
    2 days

    Thank Sir, 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

  • Joan M.
    2 days

    Proper mum and dad ... x 💕

  • Sarah C.
    2 days

    ❤️

  • Debashis R.
    2 days

    That’s the reason for this wedding ? Straight people get married for procreation so what is the reason for gays ? Nothing wrong for two adults to love and be together but they don’t need to copy straight people and get married.

  • Ma P.
    2 days

    Heartwarming that always made cry. That’s the purest of love, much respect for this family❤️

  • Channel B.
    2 days

    Who’s cutting oniooooooooooooooooooooons😭😭😭❤️

  • Calvin C.
    2 days

    omgg 😭😭❤️❤️❤️

  • Sheri R.
    2 days

    I applaud this father he was open and honest . He learned a lot a lot when his son told him he was gay by educating himself. This is how it should be

  • Marisol F.
    2 days

    This is so beautiful

  • Fati M.
    2 days

    Thats so beautiful. Made me cry

  • Bobby Y.
    2 days

    The tears 😭

  • Janice D.
    2 days

    To admit he has homophobic in front of everyone and say he was wrong displays so much about him as a person. It must have been an awesome moment for his son.

  • El K.
    2 days

    Y'all are praising this father for doing the bare minimum. This speech disgusted me. You're supposed to love and accept your children unconditionally, it's literally the basis of what it means to be a have a child. Those applauding this person for being a semi decent parent have extremely low standards on what it means to actually be decent or a parent.