The current climate of political correctness for LGBT people has resulted in more celebrities opening up about their child’s sexual preferences. Celebrities like American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson (above) and news pundit Sally Kohn are facing a future without grandchildren — and that’s fine with them.
Kohn, in particular, is quoted as saying, “I’m gay and I want my kid to be gay, too.”
Clarkson, 32, who gave birth to daughter River Rose last June, says she doesn’t care if her daughter is a lesbian.
“Oh, I don’t care,” she told PrideSource. “I mean, here’s what I hope for her: I just hope she finds love. It took me a while, man and there was a lot of heartache throughout those years.”
She added, “You know, as long as she’s happy, I don’t care either way, and neither does my husband. And we have two other kids as well, and we don’t care either way for all of them.”
Clarkson and Kohn’s willingness to accept a future with no grandchildren is a symptom of the larger problem of political correctness that threatens traditional families.
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