The core of it is, you can be a good person, doing things that seem reasonable from your perspective, and still be part of a problem.It really does take some education, some communication, and a lot of forethought to get this one right.
well my friends idk im 70 percent bi but yah know im fallin for this sophomore in the swim team yet im 12 turning 13 in 2 months.
I have this crush on this one girl and she's really pretty and awesome.
These are so common that people who have seen this play out before will often have a strong, negative reaction to your initial introduction before you have shared any details. My goal with this article is to lay out why these people had the reaction they did, why it was so strong (!
), and what you can do to get what you want without creating dysfunctional relationships and hurting people.
People can actually be perpetuating unhealthy, dysfunctional standards and practices while being completely unaware that they are part of the problem.
If anyone has ever described the idea of societal privilege to you, it’s kinda like that.
My parents don't really care about what my sexuality is but I'm still nervous on coming out to them.
I know that they will accept me but it's awkward.
I'm definitely bisexual since I've had a crush on a gir and a boy.