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Op here, I appreciate the support and understanding from all of u! I'm so sorry that happened to u a lot #68. I laughed at some of the more perverted comments and their responses, and I appreciate that no one has made any homophobic remarks. My parents weren't being too graphic, but they were making a lot of inferences and putting on the moves. It was not fun. Keep up all the hilarious comments! I can't believe this got accepted!!! XD
By erase_my_ears / Tuesday 27 October 2015 02:41 / United States
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By  TymeToTry_fml  |  11

And before homophobes intervenes, it doesn't matter what kind of family you have: hearing your parents talk about their sex life can be disturbing. Hard to imagine your parents not as innocent as you saw them. :p

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By  Ferry043  |  8

Just join the conversation and try to be serious.. Or talk to them that you're really uncomfortable with it.

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Or you can just start cracking your own jokes about how their sex life is a joke.

By  TymeToTry_fml  |  11

And before homophobes intervenes, it doesn't matter what kind of family you have: hearing your parents talk about their sex life can be disturbing. Hard to imagine your parents not as innocent as you saw them. :p

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

#20- What makes you so against it being a gay thing? I'll never understand people who claim to not be homophobic, but when a situation that clearly presents a gay couple comes up, they're all "WELL IT COULD MEAN ANYTHING!!" Like, OP /obviously/ is implying that the moms are married to each other. It's no big deal.

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  Kielnmsoftly  |  26

Why do people feel like imposing the feeling that certain things is okay in others but hate when people get mad about that? I'm all for gay rights but why should I have to be? If someone doesn't like gay people, that's their decision and the gay rights community is typically the ones imposing on them. #equality?

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  Zanquis  |  21

That is what you make off it, and most likely is a gay couple but some also speak about their two moms as in: "mom and ... 1) mother-in-law 2) step-mom 3) adoptive mother". It could be either and to keep all options open is not homophobic. Or are you one of those overly correct persons here?

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  DaRito  |  25

"Homophobe" is probably one of the most overused and annoying words these days.

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

#33 But if someone said "my mom and dad", would you be coming on here being all "well the OP could be talking about their parents-in-law/step-dad and birth mom/adoptive mom with birth dad/etc" would you? Most likely not. It's quite obvious that OP is talking about actual parents (birth or adoptive, depending on how the couple chose to have OP) simply from how it's worded. If OP means something different, that's on them for needing to word it differently. I simply call it homophobic because of the refusal to treat the situation as any other simply because of the presence of a gay couple.

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  ssnow_fml  |  20

#42 Somebody was just pointing out that it may not be a gay couple. You may be completly wrong and its not a gay couple at all. I can think of several combinations that could mean "two moms." Just because I can think of several other things that it could be doesn't mean I'm a homophobe or that I don't want it to be a gay couple. In all reality I don't care one way or another. Maybe since your the one who is so adamant that they are gay, you're the one who has the phobia. My mom and dad have been married for over 25 years. There was a teacher in high school that I grew close with and looked up to like a second mom. Years later she and I are still in touch. She and my mom became friends and sometimes I introduce them as my two moms. Doesn't mean they are gay.

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

#60- Oh yes, the bisexual girl with a girlfriend who actively is against homophobia is actually homophobic. You're so right, I'm secretly a homophobe, everyone! The cat is out of the bag! Look. Just because you have a special case where you call someone who isn't your mom "mom" doesn't mean that it's a likely scenario for everyone else in this world. It's 2015- many, many people are learning to be open about non-traditional relationships in their lives. The way this FML is worded implies that the two women are a gay couple. Firstly, because the women are referred to as OP's "two moms". Secondly, because they used the phrase "sex life," NOT "sex liveS." The second implies that there are two individual sex lives being discussed, and the first- the one used in the FML- implies one sex life is being discussed: theirs. I don't know why you're both so insistent on the fact that "there are SO many reasons why it just can't be a gay couple," but all I'm saying is that it looks very suspicious.

By  elektra2  |  16

So what were they talking about exactly? Details!!

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