One concerned mother wrote to WND about her experience with downloading the game to play with her daughter.
"You know how kids are," the mother told WND. "My daughter noticed right away (even before I did) and clicked on one of the girls instead of one of the men and then asked, 'Mom, how come I can marry a woman?' And then that led into a lot more questions that, quite frankly, I was not ready to talk to my 6-year-old about."
While I personally think there's nothing wrong with young children knowing about homosexuality, why can't this mother just dodge the question like parents do with other things they don't want their children knowing about? How many little kids ask their parents where babies come from before their parents want them to know the grisly facts of life? Granted, I don't think we should lie to children about that either...but the fact is, blaming an online game for something that's everywhere is just downright silly. Why not blame Life for including babies in the game?
And like the article states, nothing in the actual board game forces you to be straight. You can put two pink pegs together in your little plastic car and cruise your way through life as a lesbian couple with four children (and damn those rugrats are expensive!). If mommy is so uptight about what her six year old sees, maybe she should check the game before she lets the kid play it.
And anyway, there have already been gay versions of the game of life available for kids: