Okay well just about everyone in my family knows I am bi now..well besides my uncle and grandma and my aunts.....but my mom knows she approves with made me feel good cause I thought she would like abandon me, good to know someone in your family supports you. ^_^ anyways, well one day I got caught in a convorsation with my grandma involving gays, (Awkward yes) she found a note with a poem I wrote and I dunno HOW in the would she shought it was for another girl it was just something off the top of my head, but she was talking about blahblahblah they need help blahblahblah therapy. BUT what shocked me most is when she said they weren't right in the head, that pissed me off and I sorta ran her outta my room. x_x (Mean, yes) well now I don't blam her cause she grew up in a different age (Like the ice age. xP) and back then they didn't much think of it and it must seem odd to her but now there is NO way I can tell her unless I want a 9435743 hour long preach and on trying to talk me out of it and maybe the worst THRAPY.....and I have no clue how I would go about explaining I have a girlfriend. e_e (Yea I has a Girlfreind but she is all the way in Kentucky. T-T but we are still happy together. ^-^)
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