Friday, 20 September 2013

Actor Neil Patrick Harris Encourages Son to Wear Princess Outfits


Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka

I am not in favor of gay men adopting children. That is not what the Creator intended when He made man and female to procreate. Children need a mother. Especially in their formative years. An effeminate man is not a proper substitute for a nurturing mother.
Studies have shown that more than 50% of children who are directly exposed to the gay lifestyle grow up to be gay themselves.
Actor Neil Patrick Harris, who is best known for his role as teen prodigy Doogie Howser M.D., is raising 3-year-old fraternal twins Gideon Scott, a boy, and Harper Grace, a girl, with his “husband” David Burtka.
In an interview with PEOPLE, Harris said he encourages his son to dress up in princess outfits. How unfortunate.
Harris, 40, who is hosting Sunday’s Primetime Emmy Awards, says he doesn’t explain his profession to the children but he does allow them to have hands-on experience.

“I don’t have any reason to tell them what we do for a living,” the How I Met Your Mother funnyman told PEOPLE on Wednesday at an Emmy preview. “They’ve come to set. They know the crew. They got to come to the Tony rehearsals and watch the Cinderella dancers with all of their finest gownery and do their dancing, which was cool.”
Harris added: “They love to run around and dance and they’re encouraged to dress up in princess outfits and stuff,” he explains. “But they’re also young, so they run up and down aisles and think that’s as equally as amusing.”
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