I used to be the stereotypical momma's boy, distant father gay boy type so I don't really know if that was a factor or not, but it shouldn't matter. Parents should equally love their children unconditionally, not in the fear of having their kids turn out gay! And if they do "turn", it shouldn't be a reason to stop loving them. I wish people stopped asking stupid questions such as whether homosexuality is natural or not, and start seeing that what doesn't hurt a person or the people around them should be respected as any other preference, trait or choice. But then again, people have a bunch to say about your fashion style, music taste and skin color in the first place, so why "discriminate" when it comes to sexual orientation.