A set of parents. 1 parent a 1st generation immigrant. The other parent a U.S. Born citizen. They have children born in The U.S. They grow up noticing that 1 of their parents are not like the rest of the other parents they see in other homes. The 1 parent does not speak English too well, does not read English too well nor can write English too well. And so they grow up in their first set of years noticing such things. Maybe, even in the private moments of youth, they were made fun of due to their 1 parent. But they have the U.S. born attitude within their hearts. They find that discrimination is wrong, they find that making fun is wrong, they find that injustices, to their own personal hurts, is wrong. And so they develop into advocates of what is right and what is wrong. As they get into the age of mid grade school, they begin to argue with their parent, the parent who does not seem to understand the ways of current U.S. circumstances and how they are dealt with. This child does not speak the native tongue of that 1 immigrant parent but only speaks English, the language of the U.S. born Citizen. But because the other parent speaks English, they can converse and have 'somewhat' full conversations. And just as many parents have arguments with their children about 'different' things, so also does this home. But the arguments here are more of a cultural nonadaptive manner. The question is 'why cannot this home be like every other home'? In a sense, societal peer pressure, even the 'norms' of homes and families, have played a role into the arguments. Let us take our minds off of this family and place it upon another. Let us put it upon the Mateens. The Mateen Family, with Omar as the child, may have grown and lived under similar circumstances. Omar Mateen was known to have gone to grade school but had a difficult time speaking English. While he was raised in a community where English is mainly spoken, it seems as if he did not find any acquaintances in his neighborhood before he entered into grade school. He did not intermingle with many of the 'kids' in his neighborhood and he was not associated with many English speaking persons. And so when he entered into grade school, he had a difficult time with speaking English. Such is an example of those who are born on U.S. soil to a parent or parents whose personal English skills and U.S. knowledge is not full.