When Your Parents Don’t Accept Your Marriage | Conception Season 2
When Your Parents Don’t Accept Your Marriage | Conception Season 2 My mom went to the same hairdresser for 16 years. She calls me up she’s just so angry I like what’s wrong. I had to change hairdressers Rocky closed, his shop down she’s like no he’s gay and I’m like you didn’t know. Doesn’T he have a son with his supposed best friend whose nail if we were going to screen people, my parents would not have been people that should have had children one week after I was in China, Laman Brothers clot, I didn’t come back. I had a job that I loved and then I met Richard the next 60 days. We went out every single day and I would meet his friends, but I wasn’t meaning of family Mr year and then he came up to me and says: would like you to join us for Chinese New Year dinner, weddings in the family, his dad’s birthday Richard would Put on his wedding ring, but he would take it off anytime. You saw his family. I knew that it was going to be hard for them to understand. I’M like you have to tell them what’s wrong, except us devastating. They may say we can’t do this, but you know over time they’re going to see. That’S not true in this from Richard and Eli from me. We heard the two heartbeats singing both crying. Sometimes it’s just surreal. When the boys were born, Richard parents only want to see pictures of the end or FaceTime to see in and even made suggestions of Richard taking Ian and going back to China or Richard divorcing me and marries an American woman went occurred to me was by the Time we got to the send them to school in China craziness, we had actually made progress, we weren’t separating them anymore. We weren’t divorcing anymore. It was little by little moving to acceptance. Richard is there only child is stop from very much and he loves his parents. Very much I hate it’s from a place of just not understanding and needing time to adjust really hard, because it’s your kids in your just like how could you treat anybody like that? But family is not just a structure of family means that there is a loving environment. I never felt that I could ever come out. They wouldn’t have accepted it. My childhood is not. With these kids are going, we will teach them to be themselves, we will teach them about. Both cultures will teach them to be respectful of people of differences, they don’t see yet they don’t understand voices yet, but they’re going to start knowing who we are and they’re going to know your parents are soon nobody should go through their formative years. Thinking that there’s something wrong with that, ultimately, whenever they choose and their own life, that’s okay, A gay, biracial couple is raising twins. Their own parents say they can’t do it. But they know they can raise their sons in an environment where anything is possible.
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