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Internet rallies behind man who was having none of his homophobic wife’s nonsense

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With societal acceptance of LGBTQ people growing so much in the past few decades, what happens when one member of a heterosexual marriage evolves in their views and the other one stays stuck in the past?For one man who recently vented on Reddit about his homophobic wife, his strategy is simple — don’t back down.

His post has since gone viral, racking up over a thousand (mostly) positive comments of encouragement.As the man tells it, a family conversation about the same-sex kiss between two loving, female characters in the Disney/Pixar film Lightyear sparked a “huge fight” between him and his wife.“My wife was explaining [the kiss scene] to my mom and I and she was huffing and puffing about it ‘not being right’ and ‘not something she wants our kids seeing,” he wrote. “She looked to me for approval and I didn’t give her any.

I just said I don’t care. It doesn’t bother me what other people do and if it’s in a kids movie it’s no big deal.”Related: Redditors rally around guy whose date pulled “the most d*ckish” move everThe man went on to explain that, “She was born and raised in the south by very conservative Christian parents.

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