What These Parents Did for Their Daughters Will Bring You to Tears... of Joy!

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Everyone deserves to be treated kindly and to be accepted for who they are.

It's like old saying goes: "Treat others the same way you want them to treat you." However, with that said, there are always going to be people in the world who struggle with this concept and criticize things that they don't want to understand.

This was the case when two openly-bisexual siblings, 17-year-old Miranda DeLong and 14-year-old Emily DeLong, stepped outside to find the words "I'm Gay" spray-painted on their family's garage. Now, what is a parent to do after seeing their daughters personally victimized by a homophobic stranger?

Well, if you're the DeLongs, you fight fire with...paint? The amazing parents of these two teenagers transformed the vandalism on their garage into a true masterpiece. Talk about parents of the century! With a few paint cans and a whole lot of heart, the once spray-painted words are now covered with a rainbow mural; the DeLongs' way of proudly celebrating their two daughters for the entire world to see.

Instead of responding with further hatred or vengeance, these parents decided to focus more so on showing love and encouragement to their daughters. This truly goes to show us all that, in a battle between love and hate, love ALWAYS wins out...truly inspirational, are we right?

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