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By "tranced_" / Monday 15 April 2019 00:00 /
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I'm sure what they were expecting was a friend who would be supportive of them making this discovery about themselves. Even if it doesn't seem like anything to you, it can be scary to even come out like that and to have someone you thought you could fall back on cut you out of their lives over that hurts.

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I'm sure what they were expecting was a friend who would be supportive of them making this discovery about themselves. Even if it doesn't seem like anything to you, it can be scary to even come out like that and to have someone you thought you could fall back on cut you out of their lives over that hurts.

By  courtalex  |  3

So sorry for his reaction. Clearly isn’t a friend you want in your life. Unfortunately a lot of people support things online to seem like good people. I hope this helps you realize someone supporting something online isn’t enough. Actions not words. Or videos. If he tries to come back in your life I hope you stand your ground. I also hope this doesn’t scare you away from telling other people when you’re ready. True friends/ good people will support you even if they don’t understand it.

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  turnabouttrial  |  16

Even if you don't accept or understand someone else's beliefs, if they're not hurting anyone, just leave them alone instead of invalidating them. It's really quite an easy thing to do.

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  goober96  |  12

No you stupid liberal snowflake. Everyone is either male or female. Period. There is no “gender neutral” or any of the other 137 genders you weirdos think there are. Your belief doesn’t change reality. You are what you are no matter what you “feel.” Deal with it, idiot.

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  bluejello2001  |  16

Oversimplified? Gender-neutral is a term used for individuals who don't feel like the masculine-feminine dichotomy fits them. Maybe they feel they're somewhere in the middle, maybe they feel more feminine some days or masculine on others.