An LDS former Boy Scout who hasn't been able to indoctrinate his scout son grieves over the loss of a favorite "other":
Disappointed and sad, Monson actually choked up when he admitted to NPR that his own son just doesn't see what the problem is, that he doesn't share his father's feelings about gay people.
"He’s a pretty deep thinker, and a thoughtful kid, but his reaction was, ‘Well, I don’t see why it matters, dad. Why is this such a big deal?'" Monson explained.