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I came out as bisexual to my family when I was 14 and came out in general when I was 17.
Noted, thank you.
I think this is a possibly helpful video, but like Karen I'm not really sure how this is medical in any way.
Someone's sexuality should be completely irrelevant, as gender, race, height, eye color, disability would be. What should matter is a kind of person someone is - good, honest, dependable, hard-working etc. Perhaps someday people will be looking back, and wonder why someone's sexuality used to be such a great deal, the same way most reasonable people wonder today why did someone's race ever matter so much.
i wish she had told everyone about PFlag---Parents, Families and Friends of LGBT people instead of showing disapproving parents. PFlag helps parent and families and friends adjust to have a sexual minority person in the family, and also educated folks about it all. And advocates for equality.
I wish one day, every one would support gay rights.
Don't really see how this minute and a half video by a 'doctor' (like being LGBT is a medical issue?) would be helpful, but hopefully it will help some teenager out there.
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Live too far from the sea , never tried it so i can't knock it .
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