By Elad Nehorai, a.k.a. 'Pop Chassid,' for the Huffington Post:
Ever since I wrote a blog post about gay marriage, one question has been roiling my brain.
What would I do if my child was gay and he or she wanted to get married?
It was comparatively easy to talk about being gay on a societal level, and even to speak about my own experiences with it.
But what about the one thing that really matters: How would I deal with a situation if it was in my face, planted there, unable for me to avoid by writing a blog post and then running for the hills?
And there's always one answer I keep coming back to.
What would I do if my child was gay? If this child wanted to get married?
I wouldn't do a thing.
I wouldn't fight it, argue, get upset. None of that.
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