GAYBY BABY follows the lives of four kids - Gus, Ebony, Matt and Graham - whose parents all happen to be gay. As they each wrestle with personal change, the outside world wrestles with the ...
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GAYBY BABY follows the lives of four kids - Gus, Ebony, Matt and Graham - whose parents all happen to be gay. As they each wrestle with personal change, the outside world wrestles with the issue of marriage equality, and whether or not kids of same-sex families are at risk.
To the person who wrote the "Child Abuse" review- You start off trying to quote what was said in the documentary, and you failed miserably. Obviously you were only trying to hear and see what you wanted to, not what was actually said in the film, or you were just flat out lying, or maybe a combo of both. That is what is sad, not this documentary. Being a gay parent is even tougher than it normally is. You have to deal with so many more obstacles. Think about it.
The kids seem a lot more grown up because they have to deal with grown up topics from an early age. And it seems to be going just fine! We can all, gay or straight, take something away from this documentary. Just go in with an open mind...and an open heart. To properly quote the film: "Love is what makes a family, a family."
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