The dad, who wishes to remain anonymous, wrote on Reddit that he asked his son if he could borrow his iPad in order to browse the web. His first port of call was Google. However, unless someone clears their search history, Google search results can automatically re-appear when you begin to type a similar search term. Hundreds of Reddit users responded, with a range of helpful and imaginative suggestions.
Father opens up about coming out to his 3 sons: I'm still the same dad as before
Father opens up about coming out to his 3 sons: I'm still the same dad as before | GMA
However, me and Bob went on to have 5 more beautiful and healthy children aged 4 to 14 years old. He never spends times with me or our children and things started to hit rock bottom when he became emotionally abusive. He would be gone all day and come home smelling like booze. I begged him to go to counseling and after 3 attempts I just gave up. He would belittle me constantly and even in front of friends and family. I got to the point where I loved him, but I hated him at the same time.
Any time I do something to piss off my mother, she accuses me of being like my dad. But in many ways, I confess, I am very similar to my father: We share the same appreciation for vinyl records, the same distaste for green olives, the same receding hairline, and the same ability to drive my mother crazy. Over the years, I suffered countless agonizing father-son chats in his blue Pontiac Sunbird. The one subject he never brought it up, however, was sex: All through middle school and high school I dreaded the day when he might suggest we go driving so he could lecture me on the specifics of procreation. The worst came from my friend Chester, whose father used a hot dog, a bun, and a bottle of ketchup as props to demonstrate how babies were made.
Scott Takacs, a year-old and father of three, penned a personal essay about his experience coming out as a gay man to his sons. Read about his journey below in his own words. I was 42 years old when I came out to my wife.