63
By Anonymous - / Saturday 26 May 2018 19:00 /
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
Comments
Reply

Actually, this isn't necessarily true. It depends on the laws in each specific state. It also depends on whether or not the child was listed as the client on the intake paperwork or the parents. I concur that this should be reported to the licensing board and a formal complaint needs to be filed. In addition, this has a potential malpractice lawsuit attached to it.

Reply
  PenguinPal3017  |  15

What if he consented horizontally?

Reply
  Catlover1130  |  14

The fact that they evicted him because he was gay is still highly catastrophic in itself. It's not guaranteed he has another place to stay so he could be homeless which can be a life threatening situation. If he dies because of that, that is murder. Not only that his therapist should never have broken confidentiality. What an insensitive comment.

Reply
  Dave_Davington  |  31

There's these things we have nowadays, I'm not sure if you're aware. They're called jokes. Basically, they're absurd statements that aren't meant to be taken at face value. Perhaps you should Google it if you require more information.

While you're at it, maybe also search for ways to remove that stick from your anus.

By  GamerChickxoxo  |  7

"confidentiality"- you can sue the therapist and have enough for a downpayment on your fancy new house without any homophobes. That therapist knew what was going to happen and just fucked up your life for shits.

By  Taurus_ChicKa  |  33

Yep, like others have said, pretty sure he broke doctor/patient confidentiality rules. However, if you're a minor, I'm not sure how that works where parents/guardians are concerned. Regardless, I have to assume you're at least an adult if they kicked you out, because a teen can't be kicked out with nowhere else to go, right?

Reply
  evilplatypus  |  36

A) Doctor/patient confidentiality is still in place for minors unless the doctor thinks you are a threat to yourself or others.
B) parents kick out minor children for this and similar all the time. Legal? Doubt it. Happens? Definitely.

Reply
  boopingsnoot  |  23

A lot of gay and trans teens end up homeless, second only to single-parent families in rates of homelessness. I’ve heard of kids as young as 12 being kicked out for things like “being gay” to “tempting mom’s boyfriend”

Reply
  ayenii  |  13

“Tempting moms boyfriend”? What the actual fuck? This comment is off topic, yes, but shouldn’t the boyfriend be the issue here (since he’s apparently a pedophile who likes little girls) and not the child? Mothers these days, my god.

Reply
  KittyMack  |  11

Happened to my friend when I was 12 and she was 13. She had to go to the city to a special shelter for youths. Because it was HER fault her mom's new boyfriend tried to molest her /s.
Some shitty moms in this world.

By  Sinshine  |  21

I'm not one to call to sue on everything but this NEEDS to be taken to court and this guy needs to be prevented from working any more before he causes more harm to more people.

Loading data…