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Unread postby wutevridid » 16th February, 2012, 12:32 pm

okay... thing is, i came out two months ago and things have really been going great in that sense but I experienced my first bout of negativity towards my sexuality from my best friend's mum.... I got a lovely speech about how I should go get myself a nice girlfriend..... I don't wanna be gay apparently... Needless to say it's been pissing me off and it's not just like I can ignore her... she my best friend's mum... Ideas?
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Re: problem ... :/

Unread postby Thoughtless » 16th February, 2012, 12:36 pm

Stop using ellipses.

Tell her to stop being condescending.
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Unread postby wutevridid » 16th February, 2012, 12:40 pm

sorry, but i looove them
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Unread postby Loop » 16th February, 2012, 12:48 pm

tell her.... she should respect.... you.... and recognize.... that you're not into girls.... and if she doesn't respect you... for.... who you are.... then she should have... the balls... to admit it.

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Unread postby wutevridid » 16th February, 2012, 1:05 pm

then i shall edit my post! Or not
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Unread postby ImLeroy » 16th February, 2012, 2:33 pm

My boyfriends mom doesnt like me. Now that sucks. SHe thinks I turned him gay even thought he asked me out.lol..The most you can do is just ignore it. I mean gays have to put up with people like that alot. But I agree, you can express her how you feel and that you really are gay and its not a phase. Though, some people, really Dont understand homosexuality and do not understand it cant be changed and that it is not a joke.
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Unread postby The Hierophant » 16th February, 2012, 2:36 pm

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Unread postby leblancalex » 16th February, 2012, 4:36 pm

The Hierophant wrote:
wutevridid wrote:it's not just like I can ignore her... she my best friend's mum...

Why... not?

Your best friend's... mother? That ranks up there with... the random homeless guy... you pass on the street... on the list of people you have to listen to...


I like you. Is that the usual reaction people have towards you?
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Unread postby ditp » 16th February, 2012, 4:55 pm

Ask your friend to have a word with her mum? Or just come back at her mum with 'witty' remarks, subtle enough for her feeble to not completely understand them - that'll at least make you feel better :glasses:
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Unread postby Rossay » 16th February, 2012, 5:08 pm

If you really can't ignore her (which I somewhat fail to see why you can't), then inform her that it's really none of her business.
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Unread postby ILikeMenNow » 16th February, 2012, 5:24 pm

Push her down the stairs.
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Unread postby Michael » 16th February, 2012, 5:33 pm

Loop wrote:tell her.... she should respect.... you.... and recognize.... that you're not into girls.... and if she doesn't respect you... for.... who you are.... then she should have... the balls... to admit it.

I feel like Stevey


I read that in the voice of a that's 70s show character. Seemed fitting.
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Unread postby The Hierophant » 16th February, 2012, 10:21 pm

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Unread postby TrueVictory » 17th February, 2012, 9:06 pm

Where's you're best friend in all this. Shouldn't he/she be standing up for you.
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Unread postby SterlingSmithy » 18th February, 2012, 3:29 am

Well I'll go ahead and say she's probably not accepting because you're probably the stereotype. If you were some masculine hunk I doubt she would care lol.
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Unread postby Nevermore » 18th February, 2012, 4:15 am

You should put some of this in her coffee.
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Unread postby steven94 » 18th February, 2012, 4:35 am

leblancalex wrote:
The Hierophant wrote:
wutevridid wrote:it's not just like I can ignore her... she my best friend's mum...

Why... not?

Your best friend's... mother? That ranks up there with... the random homeless guy... you pass on the street... on the list of people you have to listen to...


I like you. Is that the usual reaction people have towards you?


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Unread postby Thoughtless » 18th February, 2012, 4:56 am

ILikeMenNow wrote:Push her down the stairs.

:heart:
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Unread postby feverrayman » 21st February, 2012, 10:36 pm

Thoughtless wrote:Stop using ellipses.

Tell her to stop being condescending.

amen :bow:
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Unread postby Macha » 22nd February, 2012, 5:38 pm

It sucks.... i know how it's hard to speak up to someone you would ''like to be respectful with' ... i would probably just say: '' thank you for your advice, ma'am'' and that's it ... really ignoring your best friend's mom should be very easy lol
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