President Obama Celebrates Gay Dads on Father’s Day

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On Father’s Day, President Obama celebrates gay Dads in his official proclamation.

Obama celebrated single or married Dads along with adoptive or natural Dads too.

Yesterday, the US held Father’s Day and it included an official proclamation from President Obama. He started by sharing that,

“Fatherhood is among the most difficult and rewarding jobs a man can have. It demands constant attention, frequent sacrifice, and a healthy dose of patience. Even in a time when technology allows us to connect instantly with almost anyone on earth, there is no substitute for a father’s presence, care, and support. On Father’s Day, we show our gratitude to the men who show us how to learn, grow, and live.”

President Obama celebrates gay Dads specifically too when describing the different type of Dads,

“With encouragement and unconditional love, fathers guide their children and help them envision brighter futures. They are teachers and coaches, friends and role models. They instill values like hard work and integrity, and teach their kids to take responsibility for themselves and those around them. This is a task for every father — whether married or single, gay or straight , natural or adoptive — and every child deserves someone who will step up and fill this role. My Administration proudly supports dads who are not only present but also involved, who meet their commitments to their sons and daughters, even if their own fathers did not.”

Finally, he concludes with a message of gratitude towards all Dads,

“Today, let us reflect on our fathers’ essential contributions to our lives, our society, and our Nation. Let us thank the men who understand there is nothing more important than being the best fathers they can be.”

Source: Instinct

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