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1 comments | Monday, April 18, 2011

Grab your tissue. Not every LGBT person is fortunate enough to have accepting parents whom they can talk to openly about their sexual orientation, if you're one of those people, then consider yourself extremely blessed. Sampson McCormick, an openly gay comedian and writer from DC has the kind of relationship with his mother that many LGBT kids dream about. In the latest installment of his YouTube show, McCormick invites his mom on to discuss her experience as the mother of a gay child.

Watch this amazing and heartwarming video below:


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This was cool and enjoying to watch.And i do feel blessed to have a mom that understands and accepts my samesex attraction.Unfortunately my dad passed before i could tell him about my sexuality.There's nothing like a mothers support for her child.

April 19, 2011 7:56 PM


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