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So,my brother told me he's bi,and I don't care,but he's afraid to tell his parents,should he or if he don't should I?

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Asked almost 11 years ago by userpic •.• • Ashley • •.•
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4460 5 profile 116642
He is still beautiful in his own way, our parents will still love him no matter what.
almost 11 years ago
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4528 17 profile 105570
@❤ Kayla loves 1D ❤ under no circumstances do you tell your parents it should be his decision when he tells them
almost 11 years ago
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4521 9 profile 132170
Hey Ashley :) I just wanted to say you sound like a great sister and you seem to be extremely supportive. I really respect that! Listen to your brother and be there for him of he needs you. It sounds like you plan on it :)
almost 11 years ago
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4476 15 profile 173072
PFFF!!!!
almost 11 years ago
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4503 18 profile 199393
just support his decision no matter what as his rock. and when hes ready be there standing right behind him.
almost 11 years ago
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4543 18 profile 212699
Make sure he thinks he through very well, my brother just had this happen a month ago and he told our parents are they were very supportive just make sure he thinks it out
over 10 years ago
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4524 6 profile 247906
Let him tell them when he's ready. Don't hint to his parents and don't tell them.
over 10 years ago
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4575 17 profile 341952
I don't support them but he should tell them. I'm sure his parents will still love him. I'm a stranger and I still love him and see him as an equal human being. ☺
over 10 years ago
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4837 23 418002849 profile 373519 0
There will be plenty of time for him to open up theres no rush...
over 10 years ago
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4666 22 profile 383105
Just rip the band-aid off.
over 10 years ago
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5133 18 443558491 profile 415453 0
@👉👌 👇, 👌? ✌️👋 no offense but thats not really good advice.....
about 10 years ago
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1st world problems😴
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