But Millie found herself yearning for a parent who would do 'dad things with their kids', which she referred to as 'sports things' and 'the whole barbeque thing'.'I think a lot of parents in the same-sex community, one of them will try to masculinize themselves a little bit to make up for the lack of a father role,' she claimed. I knew my heritage.' Millie has said in the past that there are 'serious consequences' for children who are 'denied access to their biological parents'.Fontana, who campaigned in support of the plebiscite on same-sex marriage, said 'Rainbow families' must be held accountable for how they create their families.'This is my main issue with the gay community right now,' she said during the Wednesday episode of the ABC series You Can't Ask That.
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'When I was a young kid, I didn't really want to bring people into my world,' she said on You Can't Ask That.
'Having that understanding of who my father was would have benefited me to go into things like school..confidently.' Millie said she 'clung' to men in other families as she searched for a father figure of her own.
A woman with lesbian mothers who made headlines last year when she said same-sex marriage isn't good for children has spoken out once again.
Millie Fontana, 24, opened up about how growing up with a father affected her during childhood.
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'He was open to a relationship with us if that's something that rose up in the future,' she said.