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by WinnieGirlie on 9/28/2012 11:20:57 PM
My poor ex-crush
by Gabriella123 on 9/28/2012 9:08:05 PM
One of my friends who I've known for a long time and who is one my closest friends ever told me a HUGE secret yesterday. We were hanging out at her house when she was writing something on an iPad. It read, "Random. I have a gf." I looked at her like it was a joke, but then I asked if she was serious. She said yes. Her mom doesn't know, and she has only done skype with the girl. She is still the same person, but I can't believe it. She was never girly had never really worn anything that would make her look girly. It never bothered me, but now that she told me she's bisexual, I'm scared. Only me and maybe another one of our friends know. I am not sure what to do because I don't know if this is against our religion we have as Catholics, and I'm afraid to bring up the topic with her. Please help, I'm a bit scared
Well, she's still the same person as she was before you knew, isn't she? Why should you treat it any differently? She chose to confide in you because she trusted you and thought that you wouldn't treat her differently. Just because she's bisexual doesn't mean that she'll come for you next or that it'll change any aspect of your friendship, it just means that right now she likes a girl and wants to talk to you about her the same way she would a boy. I wouldn't worry about the religion of it, after all, it is her religion.
In a week or two, you would even give her sexuality a second thought. Jordan S.
by alexia_directioner<3 on 9/28/2012 7:31:56 PM
I hate when guys do that!
by j4zm09 on 9/28/2012 5:37:29 PM
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