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    I am straight. Whatever anybody is I respect them though.

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    I agree wif chocobubbles I don't think age matters I'm 14 and I know for a fact I'm straight.I just don't have feelings for girls in a gf/mate type of way.
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    Girl, Straight

    my moms hockey team are mostly gay woman and sometimes they (one in perticular) hits on me...I don't have a problem with their orientation at all but it does sort of creep me out..shes like 45 lol..i'm 17...yup. That's my story lol
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    Wowz.

    I'll sum it up in a few words:

    I have an XY sexual chromosome

    and I lean to the disposition to experience sexual, affectional, or romantic attractions to persons of the opposite sex side
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    wow this is good to know

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    I'm straight, but I have male and female friends who are homosexual, and they are well integrated/accepted within a group of friends.
    But I also know that they all had problems when they were younger, and also were very afraid about their "coming out" towards their families and friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartofthedark View Post
    Okay I guess i'll be the first one to say it
    I still accept you for who you are heart. It's good that you can feel comfortable saying that too all fo us.

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    I'm sure you'll be fine heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartofthedark View Post
    This is actually true Just gotta make it through highschool and i'll be fine
    Yes, I can imagine how difficult it is, because you just don't know in advance how people would react.
    My 5 gay and lesbian friends told their families and close friends about their sexual orientation when they were between 20 and 30 years old. Before that, they felt too afraid. Fortunately all of them experienced good reactions from those people (well, some parents were first shocked, but then accepted it without big dramas). With this "support", they are now more relaxed about it.
    But to be honest, I've also heard very rude discussions about homosexuality among teenagers on the bus, which really freaked me out. It led that far, that some adults told them to stop it, which resulted in verbal fights.

    I think it's also a question where you live - the tolerance can be different in different cultural settings. And of course it also depends on the attitude of your family and friends. You can't choose your family, but true friends will accept you whether you are straight or homosexual, big or small, slim or fat. I wish you that your friends and family will be very tolerant, whenever you decide it's time to let them know

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