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I'm a 16 year old girl. I'm lesbian, but I'm ashamed of telling anyone . I always say I'm straight, to some close friends I've even said I'm bi. My mom is really religious when I first came out to her she told me that "God" made Adam and evem that he intended for couples to be women and men not women and women, I had to tell her i was thimkimg. I'm thinking about telling my dad now , who I live with, but anytime I even bring that subject up , he says then same shit. He's homophobic, I don't know what to do...

posted to relationships by Blaine, Chef of Good (10 comments)

Aubrey, Ninja of the Unimaginable Terror,

I just want to say that if your parents aren't going to help you, ( by listening and accepting you for who you are) I am sure there are groups online, or chat rooms that can help you out with this. I am a woman of God and I have a son so I know what it's like to be a parent...I don't agree that they should shut you out. Communication is KEY! Don't keep it all inside reach out. God bless you, much love and light

Harper, Dark King of Evil,

Be yourself but being bi isnt a problem as your parents dont even have to know unless you marry a woman.If you are gay and not attracted to guys best to let them know when you meet someone special get support from friends dont expect your parents to offer any

Samantha, Observer of Space,

I'm wondering, how did u start or when did u knew that u were bi.?

Blaine, Chef of Good,

I've known I like girls since i was in 4th grade

Addison, Necromancer of the Unimaginable Terror,

So whenever I come on this website, I never really comment. I just read other peoples stories and try to learn from them or mourn with them from a distance. But yours really touched me. I'm not much older than you so I don't think I have any wise advice, and I've never been through what you're going through. I'm just a 20 year old girl who wants to make sure you know you're not alone. I've watched friends go through the same struggle as you...and I saw how much it hurt them. So I guess my only advice honest. You deserve to be happy. You deserve to be open and proud about who you love. No one has the right to make you feel any differently. So I think you should tell your dad. Because honestly, you're the same person...and he should support you and love you in that. And even if he doesn't right away...he will come around.

Blaine, Chef of Good,

Thank you. I've been trying to find a way to tell my dad, but i know he just wouldn't understand. He thinks being gay is wrong, everyone in my family does. I have an older cousin and he came out a few months ago and ive seen how everyone just teases him, I just have to find the right time and way to be able to tell everyone I'm gay.

Dana, Writer of Generosity,

Everyone does? None of them have ever had a gay bi or trans friend? You are loved! Don't you ever ever forget it!

Addison, Ship Master of the Poor,

Can I have some videos of you and your lover please ?

Blaine, Chef of Good,

For what exactly ?

Blaine, Chef of Good,

What would u want them for?