If your son is going through the sexual-orienting phase..
Alright, your son is going through a natural phase that many adolessant people go through. Telling him things such as "It's wrong." or "I will dis-own you." to this is a very bad idea. Firstly, if you are any rational parent, you care for him allot. So, the main reson why you wouldn't want him to be homosexual is because it would affect the way people see him. You want him to have a normal furture, which is fully understandable. Yet, you might want to support him as he goes through this stage because, he is probably mentally fighting with himself which is already hard enough on him. To have a parent and people bugging him about it will only make it harder on him and might phsycologically scar him. He has to find out his sexuallity himself and if he does evedentally end up homosexual then it isn't something you can change. He was born that way, he is not mentally damaged. :P But this might only be a phase so put up with it and offer your support and guidence. But, do not tell him that this is bad because it will only hurt him seeing as there is nothing he can do about his preferance. It is only a preferance and you will eventually get over it. He is just a confused child and pushing him might only make it worse.
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