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Blog title: Frustration
Blog description: In America, the beautiful thing is that we are promised equal rights, but in reality they are not equal at all. Our sexuality is not a choice, but merely a preference. Like chocolate or vanilla? Of course it goes a little deeper than what we will have for dessert. Why is our right to marraige revoked, just because our sexual preferance is different than what is socially acceptable? What makes a straight person any betterthan a gay person? Because we're not "normal"? What exactly is "normal"?
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Parents Posted on Mon, May 03, 2010 21:42
I've battled my sexuality for years. In the eighth grade I came out to my parents. I was going through a lot of stressful changes with school and everyone there accepting my sexuality. My mother and step dad found out the hard way, they walked in on me and my ex. My mother screamed and yelled, blaming my gf for everything. This has resulted in years of fights with my mother. My step mom and dad had the worst o it though. The depression set in from my mother not accepting who I was, and my friends went to my shool counselor worried about me. She had always suspected I was a lesbian, for some reason. I told her I was bisexual and she asked me permission to tell my dad and step mom, who I lived with. My step mom cried with me and my dad ignored me. They both have shared that they don't believe in bisexuality and they think ts just a phase. This is not a phase, it's who I am. I'm not sure how to make that clear.