Ive felt really lonely. I was in a relationship with a beautiful girl, who I loved. Things were fine for about ten months or so, when she dropped the bombshell, "I havent come out to my familly yet." I was completely shocked, she asked for my support in telling her mother in particular and I agreed. After a couple of days she rand me up crying she said to me, "My mother says Im not allowed to see girls." I was so hurt by this and I felt incredible anger at her weakness and inability to stick up for herself that I didnt know what to say. I later found out that her brother is openly gay. So even more so now, I dont know what to think. Can anyone shed some light on the situation? I dont want this to be real, she was the best thing that ever happened to me!
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