Post Reply Need some help
Posted 4/13/08
Well you see my parents dont know that im bi. I tried to tell them once and they thought i needed to get some help......
So what do you guys think i should do???
Posted 6/10/08
Omg ur having the same problem as me. well im Christian and its wrong to be bi right? (in the bible!) but i cant help it. so one time i tried telling my mom i was bi and she said if i was bi i would lose my future dreams and i would be put into a Christian School!!! >.< I would be forced not to go to the San Fransisco Art School and my life would be full of saints. i mean im not saying its totally bad but taking my dream away from me is a sin against me! So yeah im still working on how to tell them. Im waiting til the day i move out so as soon as i leave i turn my head back and say "Oh btw since i was 12 i was bi" then ride away XDD haha cant wait to see the look on my mothers face XD
Posted 6/26/08

Loveless_Emo wrote:

Omg ur having the same problem as me. well im Christian and its wrong to be bi right? (in the bible!) but i cant help it. so one time i tried telling my mom i was bi and she said if i was bi i would lose my future dreams and i would be put into a Christian School!!! >.< I would be forced not to go to the San Fransisco Art School and my life would be full of saints. i mean im not saying its totally bad but taking my dream away from me is a sin against me! So yeah im still working on how to tell them. Im waiting til the day i move out so as soon as i leave i turn my head back and say "Oh btw since i was 12 i was bi" then ride away XDD haha cant wait to see the look on my mothers face XD


Wouldn't you rather being able to talk to her after that without the awkwardness?

I mean I can understand the pressure there is when a mother is homophobic, but it's not her decision and she can't change you. I think it's better to just tell your parents and tell them that's just who you are. If they can't accept you, that's really their issue.

A lot of girls want to have a special bond with their mothers, and the perfect mother is someone that can lay down the rules of the household but at the same time, be her daughter's best friend. But mothers are people, too, and there are all different types of people; mothers are all different.

The way I see it, blood only matters if you need a donor.
Posted 6/26/08

Flourescent wrote:


Loveless_Emo wrote:

Omg ur having the same problem as me. well im Christian and its wrong to be bi right? (in the bible!) but i cant help it. so one time i tried telling my mom i was bi and she said if i was bi i would lose my future dreams and i would be put into a Christian School!!! >.< I would be forced not to go to the San Fransisco Art School and my life would be full of saints. i mean im not saying its totally bad but taking my dream away from me is a sin against me! So yeah im still working on how to tell them. Im waiting til the day i move out so as soon as i leave i turn my head back and say "Oh btw since i was 12 i was bi" then ride away XDD haha cant wait to see the look on my mothers face XD


Wouldn't you rather being able to talk to her after that without the awkwardness?

I mean I can understand the pressure there is when a mother is homophobic, but it's not her decision and she can't change you. I think it's better to just tell your parents and tell them that's just who you are. If they can't accept you, that's really their issue.

A lot of girls want to have a special bond with their mothers, and the perfect mother is someone that can lay down the rules of the household but at the same time, be her daughter's best friend. But mothers are people, too, and there are all different types of people; mothers are all different.

The way I see it, blood only matters if you need a donor.


too bad im never gonna tell her :/ thanx though
Posted 6/26/08

Loveless_Emo wrote:


Flourescent wrote:


Loveless_Emo wrote:

Omg ur having the same problem as me. well im Christian and its wrong to be bi right? (in the bible!) but i cant help it. so one time i tried telling my mom i was bi and she said if i was bi i would lose my future dreams and i would be put into a Christian School!!! >.< I would be forced not to go to the San Fransisco Art School and my life would be full of saints. i mean im not saying its totally bad but taking my dream away from me is a sin against me! So yeah im still working on how to tell them. Im waiting til the day i move out so as soon as i leave i turn my head back and say "Oh btw since i was 12 i was bi" then ride away XDD haha cant wait to see the look on my mothers face XD


Wouldn't you rather being able to talk to her after that without the awkwardness?

I mean I can understand the pressure there is when a mother is homophobic, but it's not her decision and she can't change you. I think it's better to just tell your parents and tell them that's just who you are. If they can't accept you, that's really their issue.

A lot of girls want to have a special bond with their mothers, and the perfect mother is someone that can lay down the rules of the household but at the same time, be her daughter's best friend. But mothers are people, too, and there are all different types of people; mothers are all different.

The way I see it, blood only matters if you need a donor.


too bad im never gonna tell her :/ thanx though


Well that's fine..your decision. 0_o

But to all of those who are undecided, it's probably better to tell your parents for the reasons I've stated in my quoted post.

Posted 6/26/08
okie dokie :/
Posted 6/26/08

Loveless_Emo wrote:

okie dokie :/


Umm..is there some like, bad vibe here? 0_o Cuz I really don't want any trouble. Just saying, in case there is.
Posted 8/11/08
i'm straight now ..... weird... so i'll be leaving this group =/
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