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Hey girl! First of all, way to get out there—I know how tough it must be to not be totally out of the closet, but want to find support in other LGBT kids. I understand that those groups could be very beneficial to answer any questions you have.
First, I think you should have a discussion with your mom about why you feel these groups would be helpful to you, so that she understands your reasoning. If your mom still does not want to sign you up yet, ask when she feels you will be ready to attend the groups. If she thinks you should wait until you’re older, pick a time at a later date when you can discuss this again.
BY MADDIE BROWN ON 12/21/2010 5:37:00 PM
POSTED IN problems with my parents, sexuality
I'm Bisexual and I have told my friends this, they actually set me up with the best girl I ever meet. It didn't work out but what I'm trying to say is your friends can sometimes tell you about a great guy/girl.
by dj girl on 5/25/2011 7:17:00 PM
I told her today in a letter and gave it to her.She read it but said that she did not understand. She did say that she would reread it when she got home. She asked me if I was gay. I said yes and she said that she still cared and loved me as a friend. I still have her. I told her that I'd known the same year that we met but at the time had not known how to open the door. She said that now I have no need to hide. Thanks sooooooooo much!
by Rozene on 4/5/2011 9:37:33 PM
by Rozene on 3/18/2011 10:09:50 PM
Glee's episode this week dealt with sex ed stuff for gay guys and lesbians. You dont hear much about that in real life so it was different hearing about it from that point of view. Did anyone else watch it?
by luckykel on 3/10/2011 10:17:40 PM
I am three fourths lesbian, or as most know it I am bisexual. There is a girl I like, and I mean 'likelike'. She's beautiful, smart, funny, and blonde! She's just the person for me, but if I asked her out, I would be socially ostracized because no one understands. My school's GSA is currently working on getting Sensitivity Training for the teachers at our school. And the teachers do nothing. I have been forced to tears because someone would mock me or another in hearing range of the teacher and the teacher would do nothing. And our school is considered higher than most. I think it's about time to stop this bullying and bring forward a (for lack of better term) new age! I want to live in a world where I can hold my girlfriends hand in the hallways or ask the girl I like to a dance with out being ridiculed...
by hayward67 on 2/7/2011 6:56:26 PM
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