No matter where in the world or in Aotearoa, sons are being born and growing up with the tendencies of females.
Labour MP Louisa Wall is following her bill which allows gay men to marry gay men and lesbians to marry lesbians.
But there are families, communities and churches still opposed to the bill. A report says men are afraid to reveal they are gay for fear of embarrassing their families and negative repercussions by other people.
This is an issue that involves all families including ethnicities and how best to deal with it kindly and who can deal with it properly.
Maori people view their own gay people as human beings in the family and community and the same with lesbian relationships because they are sons and daughters of parents.
Ahakoa kohea i te ao i Aotearoa ranei kei te whānaunau mai nga tama tane e pupuri tonu i te taha wahine i o ratau pakeketanga. Na runga i tena kitenga kei te tuku a Louisa Wall wahine torangapu o Reipa tana pire kia ahei nga tane ringawhati ki te moe tane otira nga wahine ki te moe wahine. Engari kei te raru tonu nga whanau, nga hapori me nga hahi ki tera pire. Hei tetahi purongo kei te mataku nga tane ki te whakapuaki i o ratau ahua he tangata ringa whati ke ratau, koi pouri o ratau whanau otira nga mahi tukino ki a ratau ma etahi atu tangata. He take tenei e uhi ana i nga whanau katoa ahakoa momo iwi otira kei hea te rongoa hei whakatika, ma wai ranei e whakatika. Ki roto i te iwi Maori he tangata tonu te tane ringa whati ki tona whanau me tona hapori ā pera hoki nga wahine e hono wahine ana he tama, he tamāhine tonu ki nga mātua.