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My two very best friends in the whole world, they just told me that they're bi. I'm okay with that, but my mom doesn't like bi girls. I tried to invite them over for a sleepover, but my mom said no. I asked her why she doesn't like bi girls, and she said it's because it's unnatural. I've talked to her about it, even fought with her, telling her that they're still my best friends, and that they're very nice people. How do I get my mom to understand that they're alright for me to hang out with?
by wildflower148 on 2/7/2013 7:43:00 PM
I need help. There's a school dance next week, and my friend Megan convinced me to do The Wobble with her at the dance. Then I talked to my other friend Ashley, convincing her to do it with us, and she agreed. Later that day, Megan says to me "Ashley just told me that you don't want to do The Wobble with us" I never said anything like that! Is Ashley trying to make me and Megan mad at each other? Do you think she was just being mean? Helen S.
by wildflower148 on 2/7/2013 7:36:10 PM
This is a message to all girls:
I had a friend for four years. In that time she hit me, yelled at me, called me name, made me feel worthless, claimed that she was perfect and that I was inferior to her.
Then one day it was all over.
She ended it. I was not strong enough to do it first.
But something good came out of this though.
I met a real friend.
Never let someone do what that girl did to me.
You deserve better.
by WInterK on 2/5/2013 3:29:05 PM
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by animalsrock22 on 1/25/2013 8:14:35 PM
my bff told me she wouldnt be my friend if i was bi or lesbiam what should i do?????
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