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By  treehead42  |  10

Hard to say without seeing it for myself, but you legitimately might be able to sue the school over that to get them to take it out of the curriculum. And by that I mean your parents could...hopefully they support your bisexuality.

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By  treehead42  |  10

Hard to say without seeing it for myself, but you legitimately might be able to sue the school over that to get them to take it out of the curriculum. And by that I mean your parents could...hopefully they support your bisexuality.

By  Glitterbaby2613  |  18

well just write the argumentative side. doesn't mean you have to agree. they probably just want to see you can look at the situation from both sides. I'm Christian My religion is against homosexuals but honestly for me I just don't give a s*** they're more important things in this world going on then the gender of who someone chooses to love. why people care Is beyond me. if my soulmate is a woman I'll be with that woman. It has nothing to do with being gay or bi , I've never been with a woman but if I have a deep enough connection with a woman than I'll be with that one woman

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  Vesi  |  25

"..on then the gender of who someone chooses to love." I LOVE this comment!! When did you decide to be straight? Please tell all so that many others who are stuck with the sexuality they are born with can change their sexuality, too!! /s

By  rainbowdonnareed  |  17

what school is this? if your young and in a Christian school.
you need to tell your parents.
or write the essay from a second person point of view.
if your parents feel this way, coming out could do more harm than good.
don't forget there is support the Trevor project, PFLAG is there and gay and lesbian center near you?

By  bazjack  |  13

I would be soooo tempted to write about the dangers of both homosexuality and heterosexuality as promoting narrow-mindedness and how the only acceptable preferences should be bi/pan or ace, because they treat everyone fairly.

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  cacheson  |  41

It seems like you’re saying basically the same thing as the people who are talking about the dangers of bigotry against homosexuality, but you’re getting downvotes because it’s worded in a confusing way.