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User avatar #9 - naziyahtzee (07/13/2013) [-]
My best friend is now in a relationship with a girl, and they're perfect for each other.
But her mum won't let her see her girlfriend at all. I'm not sure of the exact reason although she's mentioned that her mum is "scared she might be bullied" which is ******* ridiculous. Our whole friend group, which is quite big, is totally ok with it. Normally we have a problem with couples being all couple-y when we all hang out, but we let them do whatever because we all know the situation.
She's been cut off from dance lessons (which she does like 7 times a week) because her girlfriend does it too, when we invite her to parties her mum is always suspicious that we've invited her girlfriend as well, so the only time she ever sees her is at break times at school.
I just don't ******* get it. Now every time I hang out with her she'll look really sad and there's nothing I can do. How can any parent want that for their child?
Sorry for the essay, it just makes me really ******* angry.
User avatar #135 to #9 - nsfwbrowserv (07/13/2013) [-]
Why didn't she just... You know, tell her mom they broke up and then proceeded to see her GF?
User avatar #155 to #135 - naziyahtzee (07/14/2013) [-]
She doesn't want to lie to her mum and then get caught having lied, because then it'll make the situation worse.
User avatar #125 to #9 - benjamino (07/13/2013) [-]
You need to tell her mother. I get that it's probably scary, and maybe seems like you'd be sticking your nose in, but she's your friend and you should do this for her, and her girlfriend too. Don't get into an argument or anything. Just tell her mother straight up 'You are breaking your daughter's heart because of your own prejudices. Look at her, look at how she feels because she isn't allowed to see someone she cares about and ask yourself: is it worth it?'

Although if you feel like arguing, bring up she's sadder now than if she was being bullied- at least in one situation she'd have her girlfriend by her side.
User avatar #92 to #9 - ofmiceandmen (07/13/2013) [-]
Intolerance angers me too, buddy. I just see it like if what someone is doing makes them happy, then who is someone else to say otherwise? I just don't understand why a different way of life angers people so much. Let them be happy.
User avatar #62 to #9 - faridahmalik (07/13/2013) [-]
If she can, she should run away from home for awhile. It'd be great if she can stay at a friend's place, and make her mom suffer for awhile.
User avatar #40 to #9 - pockyrin (07/13/2013) [-]
You could point out that your friend being gay rules out a parents number one fear about a teenage girl, no teen pregnancies!
User avatar #19 to #9 - blokrokker (07/13/2013) [-]
You and all your friends should go tell her mom to stuff it, because nobody in your friend's group agrees. **** that intolerance-disguising ******** .
User avatar #16 to #9 - gandalfthered (07/13/2013) [-]
the only thing my mom said to me when i came out was: "Don't get HIV, or i will kill you"
User avatar #18 to #16 - redstag (07/13/2013) [-]
Oh more IronKnee. Yay!
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