It’s scary business having a baby. Properly deciding that you want to have a child of your own is a big commitment and includes thinking about the financial impact, social impact, and just the overall fact that you’ll be bringing another life into the world that you’ll be responsible for for the next 2 decades. It’s scary; your child could have been born with so many variable illness’ - he/she could end up a still birth, or maybe born with missing/disfigured limbs, could be mentally handicapped, could have a cleft lip, could be blind, deaf, so on and so forth. Or maybe it’s not something they’re even born with, maybe it’s just who they are. Maybe they’ll end up a brat, or a troublemaker - maybe you’ll have to make frequent visits to the principals office and occasionally unclog the toilet that they just overflowed… but these are all things you must think of before you have a child, and finally having one is like clicking the “agree to terms and services” box when you sign up for something. Whether you know it or not, you agreed to everything you signed up for - which includes loving your child unconditionally.
That’s why if you were fortunate enough to have a perfectly healthy baby but now you can’t man the fuck up and accept the fact that your child was born gay then you should’ve considered that long before you went through with choosing to bring them into this world.