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Bryan Safi Answers The Real Gay Adoption Question: ‘Do You Have To Like Kids?’

Is Infomania‘s Bryan Safi really on his way to becoming a daddy? Only if the reason to have children is so they can rub your extremities and give you an excuse to ditch any pressing obligations. But hey, at least by asking the question we get to meet Bryan’s IRL (that’s in real life, dummy) boyfriend! All joking aside, who wouldn’t want Bryan to be your daddy? I mean, who wants to wait until they’re a tweenager to learn gays can be self-involved, snobby, and fabulous?

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  • Red Meat

    love him.

  • American Patriot

    I wouldn’t want Bryan to be my daddy.

    The majority of gay men will probably not adopt children, even though many say they “someday” might want to. Lesbians might be more likely to adopt children.

    A lot of gay men love sex & hate commitment, and jump from guy-to-guy based on looks or something superficial. It’s no surprise that “open relationships” are fairly common among gay men. Do you think that gay guys in trendy Manhattan, WeHo, Boystown, or The Castro are going to go from martinis, drag queen shows, leather bars and chasing lots of boys……to changing diapers, discount shopping at Target & Wal-Mart, occasional night out dinners at the Olive Garden, and a minivan?

    A child is NOT a fashion accessory or a pet. A child is another human being that is best raised in a strong, stable family environment with solid values.

  • redball

    @American Patriot:

    Ah, but times are a-changin’ and with increased acceptance and diminished anti-gay discrimination, you can already see in the younger gay set that many are very interested in long-term/lifelong relationships, marriage, and raising children.

    From what I’ve seen in big cities, I’d agree with you that there are trendy gays in the big cities who will never want that life or will only want it very late in life after their looks start to fade. But same goes for the trendy straights in the big cities. It’s a Big City thang.

  • Qjersey

    Times are changing for Younger LGBT folks. I’m sorry, but I am not older than my grandma was when I was born (boy they started young in previous generations!). I am not raising my own grandchildren.

    But I have been an involved uncle to nephews being raised by my sis, a single mom; and I get involved with my local community groups.

    BEST MOMENT of the Vid was the girl saying being in makeup, wigs and clubbing would be fun and the Gay dad saying um no.

  • Adonis-of-Fire

    I don’t see why any gay would want to have kids
    One of the good things about being gay is that you are not expected to do what everybody does; marry and have kids.

    I think children are disgusting, specially new borns, they look like a giant teethless maggots.

  • GimmeaBreak

    The bulk of the gay community (and the bulk of the straight community) are not fit to raise children because they’re too self-absorbed. But, that’s ok – just be honest about it. Leave parenting to those of us (gay or straight) who know how to commit to something other than clubs, booze, drugs, & a sex life with more riders than a Disneyland attraction.

  • Red Meat

    @Adonis-of-Fire: You are so shallow. When my nephew was born, I knew I wanted children someday. He is 10 now and he never wants to leave my house during the his summer vacation. He stays at my spare room that I have for my parents when they visit me (every 2 weeks….. yeah I’m a mama’s boy) Too bad you will never experience this sort of love and compassion.

  • chpinnlr

    @Adonis-of-Fire: newborn is one word not two and they look like toothless maggots not teethless! That being said I wouldn’t trade the day my son was born for all the Dick in San Francisco! My child is one of the best things that has ever happened to me and my partner of 22 years! We co-parented with my sons mother all of his life. My son is now engadged and I am looking forward to being a grandfather someday in the distant future! Having a child changes your perspective on life and whats important to you, at least it should!

  • American Patriot

    @chpinnlr: I hope your son is at least engaged to a woman. He’s probably one confused young fella. 95% of guys like girls, not other guys. After your son was raised under two “daddies,” he must have thought it was weird or abnormal that he found himself wanting to f**k girls instead of wanting to take it up the pooper from another guy.

    It’s still not too late to repent for your homosexuality & turn to God. I will pray for you & your roommate.

  • justiceontherocks

    @American Patriot: Thank you for the blow job at the truck stop last night. You were great, and you swallowed. Will you be back tonight?

  • Nate

    Your awesome. I think you beat my two liner with your for sure!
    I must say this again justice… Your my hero.

  • American Patriot

    @justiceontherocks: I have a confession to make. Please read on, if you are still reading this blog.

    First, @chpinnlr, I apologize for the comments I made above.

    The truth is that I am a gay man, but I hate myself for being gay. I have been to gay clubs and went to a pride parade last year, but I don’t fit in anywhere. I’m fat and I’m shy, and I don’t look anywhere near as attractive as those guys with ripped chests and muscular arms. I’m still a virgin, but I don’t want to have sex with a lot of guys — I want to be sexually intimate with one guy only. But I don’t even know if that will ever happen.

    I recently came out to my parents last month and they almost disowned me. My father told me that he can’t possibly have a f****t for son, and that I have brought shame to the family. My parents (especially my father) is an ardent conservative & Republican, Tea Party member, and member of the NRA. I have prayed to God so many times to help make me straight that I have lost count. I just hate being part of a group that is subject to so much discrimination & hatred from a lot of society. I don’t know if I’m strong enough to deal with it. About 2 weeks ago, I planned to just end my life. My father moved his guns though, so I didn’t go through with my plans that night.

    I guess I’m just so frustrated & ashamed at myself for being gay. So I just started repeating the kinds of things that my father would say.

    I’m very sorry.

  • justiceontherocks

    @American Patriot: Since you’ve said so many things on Queerty that are more than a little hateful I don’t know what to believe. But I am going to take you at your word.

    Here’s what I would suggest. Right now when you look at yourself everything you see is bad. That’s a false image. Go to a mirror. Look at it. Smile. Think about the times that you made a positive difference in someone’s life. Think about things that make you happy. Think about times you’ve been happy with yourself. Always smile.

    So what if you’re not a ripped gym bunny. Many people don’t like that type. They want someone natural and unpretentious. I have friends of all body types. Don;t get hung up on that.

    But most of all, never hate yourself. If you believe that things happen for a reason, be sure that’s true in your case as well. Just be sure to love yourself while you’re finding out what that reason is.

    I wish you all the best. Iadmire anyone who makes the confession you did. It’s a great first step in liking yourself. You are articulate and passionate and you are going to have a great life as soon as you start loving yourself.

    BTW – I’m glad you love your country. I love it to. i want it to be a great place for all of us.

  • American Patriot

    @justiceontherocks: Thank you for your kind words.

  • justiceontherocks

    @American Patriot: A lot of us have been where you are. More than you would imagine. One day, before too long, you’ll be offering a hand to someone else.

  • adman

    @American Patriot: Just an FYI, you are not “fat”, and “old”, you are a bear daddy. There are cubs all over looking for you, but the caveat is that you will never be able to conform again. Chin up though, you’ll be totally disinterested in the herd within six months anyway. I can’t believe I have to tell this to someone who calls himself American and Patriot, jeez. OK, here’s the deal, start with the truth, (check, you’re out of the closet, good one) then look at your self-evidence and keep it as a your focus…..Am I getting through? Liberation is so tiring when you’re talking about the 12 millionth time witnessing it. But I soldier on, alas.

  • American Patriot

    @adman: Thanks for the comment. I am fat, but I never called myself “old” though. I am 28 years old. I don’t really think of myself as a “bear daddy”. I know I am a total bottom though, even though I’m still a virgin. I’m saving myself for the right man for me.

    But, I digress. Thanks again for the comment.

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