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By  iPixelCheese  |  28

It's cases like these where it's acceptable to stand up against your parents. I know that people around you agree, and look at these comments. Don't quit. Be yourself OP.

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By  iPixelCheese  |  28

It's cases like these where it's acceptable to stand up against your parents. I know that people around you agree, and look at these comments. Don't quit. Be yourself OP.

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  ThatHorse  |  28

Sadly if the OP is under 18 it won't be up to them. The school will force you off a team at the parents behest without consideration for how you feel about it.

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  jackycat  |  28

Nope, most districts require parental consent to continue. Parents withdraw consent you can't play. I was in a play once that had to recast the female lead last minute because her parents objected to her playing that character.

By  lvg_fml  |  18

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  GeorgiaBea  |  36

That's bull... Being a student athlete better prepares you for life... I made my life long friends through sports and became a better leader and teammate. It teaches grace, tenacity, dignity, sportsmanship, and work ethic.

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