I don't have any qualm with homosexuals.
Other than that, parents and their kids are becoming incredibly isolated.
Part of the problem is, parents treat their kids as adults. They aren't.
You can hand them a cell phone, tell them how to work the latest electronics, make money and drive a car, but that alone does not make you an adult.
I had to deal with a father who never wanted to be around, a mother who always worked and a stepfather who I tried on several occasions to beat to a pulp.
In regard to dealing with people, I am incredibly immature, antisocial and I used to be irreconcilably angry when not around people I am comfortable with. It created in me a sort of steely side that still comes out today, I can manipulate at will most of the time but then I'll still say the most negative shit you can imagine on occasions that don't call for it.
It's a process day to day, my family never did anything to try and break me of this behavior. Mostly because I did my best to not show it around them. To keep them at a distance.
There is no more painful a feeling then knowing you've let the bonds that make you you slip away and that a woman you admired as your mother is now a stranger to you.