By Alabamagirl2 - 07/09/2014 22:52 - United States

Today, my sister told me the reason why she went with me to a gay pride parade a few months ago was because she thought it would inspire me to come out. FML
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Anyway, yes I did go to a gay pride parade because I think they should have their right to love as much as straight people should. (I also have a gay uncle, I love him all the same) So the reason I posted this was because I hated the fact that my sister just assumed I was gay for not having a boyfriend yet because i'm 16 going on 17 already, like I need to rush myself or something or because I want to live a little first before diving into that whole fiasco instead of just giving it away early. Me wanting gay people to have rights too is apparently another assumption made by her that I'm "gay", because why would I be so passionate about it? It couldn't be because i care about other human beings, no. I also found out she'd been discussing my sexuality with my mother, my father and my brother, and all her friends; despite it being none of her fucking business. The saddest part I find in all this is that they all think a girl can't be independent or NOT focus all her attention on a guy instead of trying to make something of herself first, because if she isn't following some boy then she MUST be gay. Ugh, I'm just done you guys. I'm really done. But I can tell you with all honesty that I cannot find anything sexually attractive about a woman, while we're on the subject, lol. But hey, if that's the way your cookies crumble then that's ok too. Anyway, thanks for the nice comments, peace. xoxo

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Honestly though, there are worse things.... Be grateful your sister was welcoming towards it. though it is slightly unfortunate that she does think that. Either way, don't over think it to much. It shows she loves you.

We'll OP, at least if you were actually gay you know she would support you .

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Honestly though, there are worse things.... Be grateful your sister was welcoming towards it. though it is slightly unfortunate that she does think that. Either way, don't over think it to much. It shows she loves you.

cjwayy 22

Amen! She sounds like a good sister.

...or she just said that to be mean.

think so

We'll OP, at least if you were actually gay you know she would support you .

Agreed. Whether you're gay or not, it's still good to know that you won't risk being humiliated or brought down by your sister, that she isn't judgmental of your decisions or who you are

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Straight people can go to pride too. They can even bring their sister, if they so please. It doesn't mean they're gay, it means they're supportive of the LGBT community.

Idk #7 it sounds kinda gay :P

possibly to support gay rights?

hmmm... 'magine that, right!?!? lol some people....

#7 You did notice I asked a question right? It wasn't a statement against any of your points, I just wanted to know the context :)

Nothing wrong with gays at all. If you are gay, good for you. You're awesome. If not, good job for supporting it. You're still awesome.

Being gay automatically makes you awesome?! Are you hetrophobic?

SharnaaaBanana 22

Are you actually gay? If so, great! :D Otherwise FYL I had people for 4 years trying to get me to come out when I still thought I was straight and it was extremely annoying, but at least I knew they supported me either way. :)

stephers444 17

At least she would support you if you were/are gay

At least she would be supportive of you. Be thankful to have a sister who truly cares for you

There are worse things that she could have said!

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Calm down captain social justice

to be fair, calling a guy gay can make it seem like their not "masculine" enough, even if its not the case

More of a Captain I-don't-see-the-problem. Why defend yourself against something that's not offensive? Is that a very socio-aggressive thought?

Calling people things that they aren't isn't hurtful at all...

I must have missed something. I didn't see the offensiveness of his comment. But I should mention I'm not overly sensitive about every little thing; online or in person.

I don't see the problem hear other than she thought you were gay. At least your sister is open minded and would love you no matter what. Nothing to complain about.

*dammit I meant here