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By Anonymous - / Thursday 22 February 2018 15:00 /
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By  WeirdUS  |  22

I've generally found while someone's family might be ok with someone else being gay, trans or bi it becomes a completely different thing if it is in their own family. Sorry to hear that OP, much support here.

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By  WeirdUS  |  22

I've generally found while someone's family might be ok with someone else being gay, trans or bi it becomes a completely different thing if it is in their own family. Sorry to hear that OP, much support here.

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  pjsr  |  31

Really? I’ve found it to be just the opposite. People will talk about ‘those faggots’ and condemn everyone who ‘chose that lifestyle’. But when it’s their own child or nephew, then they realize - with time, at least - that it’s not a choice someone makes like deciding on a taco or hot dog for lunch.

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  DragonMaiden7  |  13

Ffs it’s not a mental disorder. What a horrible thing to tell someone who’s already dealing with unreasonable family members calling for an exorcism. “Oh, you’re just mental” Do you say that to everyone dealing with something like this?

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  withered  |  29

TBH I feel like the situation with SJW is the same as with people complaining on social media about people who make "it's snowing" posts. You don't really ever see anyone posting that it's snowing but you see the same boring, unoriginal complaints about those people everywhere.

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  Suaria  |  31

Yes some people don't mean to be mean about misgendering a person. However there are people who do not respect trans people. They will use the pronouns of what the person was assigned at birth, and not respect their pronouns. They will even call trans people "it" or "tranny." It really depends on the context and the person.

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  Yudith  |  15

Hey, those are the people who "pray the gay away". Being transgender is like a massive dose of gay for them; it calls for desperate measures.

By  Mynxie  |  26

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By  boopingsnoot  |  23

Find someplace safe to stay while they calm the fuck down. Exorcisms can be used as a cover for honor killings even in the US, especially if the rest of the community has similar views.

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  Yudith  |  15

If the family is Christian, they will rather chant prayers all day and all night until the person becomes crazy or straight, whatever happens first. You can prepare for it by listening to "It's a Small World" on repeat during a couple of days and taking daily sponge baths with holy water. You might also want to put your Megadeth and Korn paraphernalia in a safe deposit box at the bank. Better safe than sorry.

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  Mr_Mole  |  24

*couldn’t care less.

By  withered  |  29

I just hope that by religious you mean some non radical religion. Otherwise saying that would be a death sentence. But you said they were "extremely accepting" so at least you won't get killed for it (unless you were being sarcastic). Hopefully they just need some time to get over it. Or maybe they are just messing with you?

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