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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 13 April 2011 10:19 / Australia
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he'll accept it one day OP just give him some time for it to sink in! Your his lil girl of course it's going to shock him!!! In the meantime be who you are regardless of what ANYONE thinks especially your parents(:

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  Shaun2035  |  9

OP was not clear on what she "came out" about. She could have come out as a lesbian or a transgendered person. If it's as a lesbian she should ask her father if he would feel better if she was transitioning to male and would one day marry as a man, or will he be ok with her as a lesbian marrying a woman.

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  CitrusGirl  |  0

Even though he understands that she's a lesbian, he still wants her to marry a man. He doesn't care for her happiness, as it would appear by his question.

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  RawrB3  |  0

or flexual or hetero-flexual or omnisexual or transexual or transvestite or asexual or so many things that it's really starting to get in my opinion stupid that we put so many labels on people especially for sexual orientation cuz their are so many different posibilities

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  Bekll  |  28

Flexual is polysexual. Omnisexual is pansexual. I did forget asexual however, but asexuals can still be romantic to certain genders and marry. Transsexuality is not a sexual orientation. Transsexuals are people who were born in the wrong sex and have 100% the brain of the opposite gender. Transvestites are cross dressers.

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  SpilltMilk2  |  0

What exactly makes a person homosexual? Is it the increase of estrogen in men and testerone in women? Or is it genetic. Why is there an increase? These are good questions.

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  Bekll  |  28

Why might it have to be an increase? That's implying that heterosexuality is normal (and other orientations are abnormal) and is "caused" by the levels of estrogen/testosterone being average.

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  LOLbomb  |  1

I just don't understand how anyone can defend homosexuality. It defies science AND religion. :/ Personally, i wouldn't give a shit if someone was gay, but I hate how everyone rationalizes it. Who are we to say it's not wrong? We can't know for sure, and I wouldn't bother risking my conscience for something as stupid as a gay sex orgy.

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  LOLbomb  |  1

I just don't understand how anyone can defend homosexuality. It defies science AND religion. :/ Personally, i wouldn't give a shit if someone was gay, but I hate how everyone rationalizes it. Who are we to say it's not wrong? We can't know for sure, and I wouldn't bother risking my conscience for something as stupid as a gay sex orgy.

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  LOLbomb  |  1

I just don't understand how anyone can defend homosexuality. It defies science AND religion. :/ Personally, i wouldn't give a shit if someone was gay, but I hate how everyone rationalizes it. Who are we to say it's not wrong? We can't know for sure, and I wouldn't bother risking my conscience for something as stupid as a gay sex orgy.

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  LOLbomb  |  1

I just don't understand how anyone can defend homosexuality. It defies science AND religion. :/ Personally, i wouldn't give a shit if someone was gay, but I hate how everyone rationalizes it. Who are we to say it's not wrong? We can't know for sure, and I wouldn't bother risking my conscience for something as stupid as a gay sex orgy.

By  xXxJaGsTeRxXx  |  11

Tell them you will marry a guy. A guy who looks like a girl. Or someone who used to be a guy.

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  instantmusic  |  4

I dunno, from an onlooker's perspective I would still consider that a successful outing. I mean...it had a hell of a lot better end-result than many I've heard of/seen personally which would just break your heart... I know I'm being presumptuous, but he might be concerned about grand-children(understandably wanting biological grandchildren). OP might have to educate her parents about the specifics of how she might have biological children with her partner, and should consider her parent's wants for grandchildren later on. Incidentally, the father might also be uncomfortable or not entirely accepting of the fact yet. Such comments or joking might be a coping mechanism. Not that there is anything wrong with it, the parents reserve the right to be uncomfortable with or even unaccepting of homosexuality in general, as long as that animosity isn't extended towards their daughter and they can accept her as she is in time. It's just plain wrong to expect them to immediately warm up to the fact, it may be just as life-changing for them to hear it as it was for the daughter to say it. TL;DL: It didnt turn out so bad, congrats!

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  nerdchic  |  5

my sis came out an my mom's side is completely ok with it but my dad's side isn't.. they would rather her be miserable.. stupid Christians ... but Congrats on having the courage :) and 63 - def well said :) and 142 - he could have had family members come out or read it in a text ... read the full sentence - that's where edimucation comes in handy :P

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  instantmusic  |  4

@142 Only two, a chick friend in HS came out with my emotional backing. Her father nearly threw her out window, then dug in on me...we didn't talk much after that. In hindsight I shouldn't have got involved. Then my cousin came out at a family reunion...in front of everyone...his parents were bitter at first but they mostly got over it. If only I had a camera to catch the deer-in-the-headlights look on their faces.

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  FNFPhilly  |  0

176 you made me laugh haha but yea as ^^ said it couldve been worse I know someone who got kicked out of his house after his dad practically beat him at the age of 17 so yea.....

By  chouter21  |  9

wow, your dad needs help....just saying...

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  RawrB3  |  0

well he might need some help to understand what his daughter is saying and to get past i think that he really should get help not in a bad way at all

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  ImaWiseGuy  |  5

I'm pretty sure she is full on gay......the girls I kno that play for both teams don't exactly feel the need to come out, because their not technically gay, just have gay tendencies......

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  RawrB3  |  0

it would still offend me If I were bi because I wouldn't just be attracted to boys and I very well might fall in love with a girl and that her father couldn't accept that would be offending

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how do we know it's not a phase and before someone says something stupid. it could be well more like confused. I had a friend at 16 she said she was a lesbian told her parents they said ok. she turns 20 in a few months and she is with a guy and been with him since 18. she says that's what she thought but false alarm for her. she now says "bi" though. either way the OP could just be confused or she is a lesbian. we don't know the age of the op. so we are all jumping to conclusions. If she is a lesbian good for you for coming out and the best of luck. If not still the sane best of luck.

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