The brother-in-law of presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is pushing back at the narrative that the candidate’s husband, Chasten, was shunned by his family after coming out as gay and struggled through poverty. Rhyan Glezman, one of Chasten’s two brothers, was quoted in a Washington Post story saying he loved his brother, but, ‘I just don’t support the gay lifestyle.’ His other brother Dustin said the family strain continues, saying, ‘We never got over it.’ Glezman, a 34-year-old pastor from Clio, Michigan, is taking issue with how his family narrative is being cast, and indicated he is not likely to vote to make his brother first spouse. Democratic presidential candidate and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg (L) is introduced by his husband, Chasten Glezman Buttigieg, during a grassroots fundraiser at the Wynwood Walls on May 20, 2019 in Miami, Florida. Chasten’s brother older, Rhyan Glezman, is complaining about media portrayals of his brother’s youth ‘Do I love him? Absolutely. He is my brother.’ Glezman said of Chasten, 29. ‘You can’t change that. Just because we have a disagreement doesn’t change that,’ he told the Washington Examiner, who caught up with him in his small Michigan town as Buttigieg continues to remain in… Read full this story
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