A man’s novel neighbor decide on to make their first imprint by insulting him and his family, so he took some refreshingly minor steps to make the new neighbor feel unwanted. One of the man’s kids shared videotape of father revamping for the neighbor and the video clip has the internet cheering and the video now has almost 2 million views on TikTok.
As the handler described via text overlap:
“My dad’s new neighbor said having 2 gay kids means he failed as a parent… So DAD took a moment then replied with this… No, saying things like that does.”
The video displays father outside as shot from inside the house. He is placing vast pride flags around the periphery of the lawn space successfully creating a pride wall between them and the new neighbor.
Public is talking about the clip which has the TikTok comments restricted. Encouragingly, there were quite a few stories out there about dads, pride flags and standing up for their LGBTQ+ kids.
Flags aren’t the only mode this father battles homophobia and rejoices his children. TikTok is full of delightful videos of the family glued and relishing life together.
Chunk of the cause that this family is so unusual is because dad wasn’t permanently this understanding. In fact, as per the videos, it used to be a very unlike story.
@fitxander Some AWESOME shade from my dad 😂🌈 #gay #dad @claire_training ♬ Kings & Queens – Ava Max
The now honoured dad acknowledges that he was firstly embarrassed of his children for being gay. He was firm, old-school, homophobic and narrow-minded. But all of sudden everything changed after the passing away of his wife.
The father realized that he had disallowed and hated his family, friends and community because of who they loved. He was strong-minded to never make that blunder another time and set out to make it correct.
The father started rejoicing neighbors, his children and grandchildren and even stepped in to backing and inspire a neighbor who came out in his 70’s and was disallowed by his family for being a gay.
This father and his two gay kids carry on to help and educate, expecting other families won’t miss out on time and closeness like they did.