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By Anonymous - / Monday 10 August 2009 07:10 / United States
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everyone needs to shut the hell up and quit being a homophobe. it doesent matter if someones gay, and if you've got a problem with gay people then shut up and go die

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I don't know that I got "supportive" out of this. However, OP, this isn't all that unusual. In today's society, it's pretty normal for parents to worry about which way their child will lean once it becomes an issue

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well, for a parent to ask if you are gay and if someone is your lover, it means they are ready for you to say yes if it is true. it's possible she said it in a rude way, but my guess is the guy actually is gay and she was right and just wanted him to be open.

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#27 Rugby isnot for gay people sheesh I wish people would play a sport before calling it gay -_- Rugby is one of the toughest sports out there. Go play a Prop or a Second Row because you wouldn't survive.

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I'm not saying that it isn't tough. Not all gay men fit the sissy-boy stereotype. It looks like a great opportunity to touch a lot of big, strong, burly men. I don't like being touched by men, so even if I could survive, it would gross me out. Wrestiling is also tough as hell, but I wouldn't want to play a sport where some dudes nuts could end up in my face! There are gay rugby leagues. Enjoy your next scrum.

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Well, Gavik, I like touching and being touched by women, so I am sexually secure with that gender. Is not wanting to touch or be touched by other men so big problem, Dr. Freud? By the way, I'm OK with shaking hands; does that make me "normal" in your book?

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And how does that make it her business, potatopeeler? Even if he is straight, that doesn't mean that he wants kids and his mom doesn't have any say in that whatsoever.

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....that still doesn't make it her business! Who cares if she gets grandchildren from him or not? She shouldn't be concerned with only that in life!

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(I think FML ate my reply again... shoulda copied...) I think it's her business, solely because she's his mother. However, she has no right to accuse him or demand he tell her; that's up to him, and if he never says a word, then it's only her fault because she made him so uncomfortable about it. You're supposed to be able to tell your mother anything...

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108: Just because she's family, and specifically because she's his mother. It's something that concerns that little thing she pushed out of her body and continued to support though it wasn't attached to her any longer. I DO personally think he should tell her, but what I meant is that it's not up to his mother to demand when. I think 111 has a point, horribly written though it is. You know, she wouldn't (or at least shouldn't) want her son to be involved in a fag drag. But of course, apparently he is not gay, so it doesn't matter.

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I don't know, I can comprehend 110's sentence quite easily. Yea, it took me till 5th grade to be able to put words together in these situations, but I'm sure you'll get it eventually 184

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so Unregistered didnt register that we knew that the mother thought what he said meant that the op and his friend had sex last night...that fits your name perfectly!

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