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The Ugandan mum who was once ashamed of her gay son
So you think your child is gay, lesbian, bi and/or trans?
When Gabriela Herman learnt, at 15, that her mother was a lesbian, she was confused and upset. Now, says Aaron Hicklin, she takes portraits of other children whose parents who came out. A lmost everyone who is gay remembers the profound experience of coming out to their parents, the terror and anxiety of telling people you love that you are not who they think you are. But what about parents who must come out to their children? That story has been told less often, and is in many ways a lot more complicated. To live in truth may be a fine and necessary thing, but when that truth breaks up a family the consequences can fester for years, even decades.
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What’s it like for a child when their mum or dad comes out as gay?
When Rita heard rumours that her son was gay she refused to believe it. At the time, she thought that homosexuality was an abomination - a "problem" that happened elsewhere, not in Uganda. Gay sex is punishable by life imprisonment, and LGBTI people often face discrimination, threats and harassment. But the battle over gay rights is often thought of as a situation with two clear sides - LGBTI individuals on one hand, and homophobic communities on the other. The reality is a lot more messy, with parents like Rita caught in the middle - between the strongly held beliefs they have grown up with and the plight of their loved ones.
Try not to make assumptions and let them come and tell you in their own time. One thing you can do is give them the information they need to make good decisions. You can contact Stonewall's Information Service for pointers. One of the hardest things for LGBT people to face is rejection from their friends and family. New laws have made our country fairer and more equal.