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why is it their business?
How old are you? How old was the other girl? Has she told her parents? Have you told anyone else?
depends on how old you are
between the age of 9-15 say mom I was trapped in a closet with a girl and had no choice but im a miner lezbion
between16-up say im my own person and so on prity much just play it as you go
An Undisclosed Location | 6 years, 4 months ago (21 hours, 1 minute after post)
Don’t tell them until you’re older.
Maybe in your 20’s then sit your mom down and tell her.
i wouldn’t tell anyone i mean yout dignity and sex life is your
a. none of anyone’s business
b. and your problem in future to come
i mean if you wanna tell them go ahead but really they have no business to know
If you don’t want to tell them, don’t. But if you do, then you should. Going off of what QE said, telling them when you’re older would be beneficial. Parents usually have a harder time dealing with anything revolving around sex when their kids are in their teens. If you wait a few more years, too they’ll be less likely to tell you it’s a “phase”, and be more likely to be understanding. However, if you want to tell them, I think I’d start by telling them seperately. Talk to whichever one of them you’re closer to first. I would probably have to just come right out with it and say “Mom/Dad, I’m pretty sure I’m a lesbian”. It all depends on how open and laid back your parents are. If they’re kinda judgemental or oppressive, you may want to approach it a little lighter. Like, try saying “I have something I want to tell you, but before I do, you have to promise that you’ll listen to me and try to understand me before you pass judgement.” Then say it. I definately wouldn’t tell them you slept with another girl right now. That would be a lot for them all at once. Keep this in mind: You’re their baby, and you just lost all kinds of innocence and child-like qualities for them. That’s hard for them to deal with. You should be understanding too. If it takes them a couple days to be ok with it or even to acknowledge it, dont’ be surprised. Your parents are probably in their 30’s-50’s, and are therefore more than likely set in their ways. That makes it even harder to except. If they love you, truly love you, they’ll accept it and still love you for who you are, no matter who you love… Good luck. This is going to be one of the hardest things you’ve ever done, but it will be one of the best, too. One of my best friends went through the same thing, I’ve seen the transformation in him- he feels like he’s finally free and he’s now completely open about it.
i dont think you should, i would probably agree with Queen Elizabeth:) maybe when your older, if you think about it i dont see how it will make there life better of even worse.
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