When I came out to my mum I said I was bisexual thinking that maybe it would make her accept me knowing I could still get a bf, but she said she doesn’t think I am she told me to never tell my dad and then said a lot of things to convince me I’m straight I have been feeling this way since I was young and it hasn’t changed so I’m aware it isn’t a phase. But since then it has made me feel ashamed of myself I have been worried that she won’t accept me when I’m older and have a gf
Hey I’m so sorry that you have to go through all this alone.
But yoy know na ki abhi in our country parents are not that much aware and open about lgbtq community.
You feelings are totally valid and honest and I’m. So proud of you that you came out to your mom at such a young age.
But give your mom some time. She will slowly accept. You make her read articles and columns and make her listen to podcasts. She has no knowledge about it.
Take it slow and make her educate on this topic and slowly she will realise that its nothing wrong.
Thank you 🤍
You never have to say thanks to me ever again. Just keep on believing in yourself and loving yourself and that’s all the thanks I’ll ever need.
Just let your emotions flow and love whomever you want. Just open your heart out and let yourself feel loved and love all you can…
You deserve this universe
Off-topic: In my experience from what I’ve seen most of the bisexual girls choose to have a gf rather than a bf although they’re bisexual. It could be something I don’t understand.
On-topic: parents never really understand you until and unless you’ve made something of yourself and even then they don’t fully understand you. It’s better to accept that.