By Anonymous - 24/10/2012 22:43 - United States - Lahaina
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72, I'm bi. Parents accept me. And their "super republican" or whatever (as if it matters...) oh and of course let's throw politics in here... They'd still love and accept me even if I voted for obama's dumb ass... Point is, families, in most cases, are gonna accept you, though they may not always agree. But because they love you unconditionally they'll take the "good" and the "bad".
#37 I'm so sorry that you're in the same situation. It's rough. My parents claim to be liberal, but whenever they see gay people kiss, they get disgusted. One of the FMls that was accepted was about how (at the time) I was 21 and the only bra I could fit into was a training bra. (This is no longer the case. They are still small, but I can fit into a real bra, thank goodness. I can wear a push-up bra all I want and I don't care if anyone calls it false advertisement or whatever. The other FML I had published was about the fact that my parents had gotten divorced but they were still living together, almost a year afterwards, because neither of them could afford to have their own place. #73 There are actually a lot of gay/lesbian/bi people whose families have cut off all contact with them and/or kicked them out of the house. Not all parents are understanding.
LOL that's fucking hilarious. But hey, society has showed plenty of straight relationships being the "right" thing to do. Can't do anything about it.
I agree. Parents don't have to agree with their child's lifestyle but accepting it is a must. Acknowledging that their child is gay/bi/lesbian helps their child feel more accepted. Every child, no matter how old, wants to be accepted by their families. I'm sorry for anyone who are in these situations. I'm pregnant and if my kid turns out to be gay, I will love and accept them just the same.
No they are not. What if one day I want to kill all the black people coz I have chosen Aryan way?? Homosexuality does NOT lead to continuity of life. Its a mental sickness expressed in a physical way. Like it or not. Its just WRONG. Period. So NO the family is not suppose to support every fucking thing.
I'm truly sorry. :( Having family who aren't accepting of who you are is tough. I'm bi but haven't told my family because I know how they would feel (which is not very positive).
That's just rude. Ask her if her severe case of ignorance has been "cured" as well.