Originally Posted by antiochian
I wonder if the mother and daughter get along?
I read in an interview a few years ago with Anne Hech that the two do not speak. And though I have not (and will not) read her mother's book, I wonder what part having a gay husband plays into this story, that is, the psychological underpinning. Is Anne's mother still feeling the brunt of betrayal, anger and bitterness? Is she feeling like a fool and taking it out on gay people? One wonders.
Just another reason to stop the oppression of gay people. Persecuting them doesn't make one's pain go away.