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If I do not support you, who will? I am your mother and I don’t care who you are happy with.

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If I do not support you, who will? I am your mother and I don’t care who you are happy with.

Dear Children-404!

I am 50 and I could be your mother.

I have three daughters, and though I have always only loved men, I have never hidden the fact that somebody may fall in love with someone of their own gender from my children. It is not bad, it is not funny, it is not sad, I used to tell them, it just is, that’s it. I replied like that to questions they asked of me. I never denied that a couple of our male friends are exactly that – a couple, rather than just good friends, as everyone around us thought. Continue reading If I do not support you, who will? I am your mother and I don’t care who you are happy with.

Love knows no gender and age

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When I was a little girl and saw negative attitudes towards same-sex love, I used to ask my mum, “Why? Aren’t they the same as us?” The answer to that was, “You’ll understand it when you grow up.”

I grew up and haven’t understood it yet. How can you condemn love? If two people are happy together, is it really your business?

Continue reading Love knows no gender and age

CHILDREN 404. We exist. We are with you.

CHILDREN 404. We exist. We are with you.
CHILDREN 404. We exist. We are with you.

Here are two messages from two girls:

I don’t have an interesting story to tell. I don’t even know whether I’ll keep living as LGBT or whether I’ll bring up children in a heterosexual family. In any case, it won’t happen any time soon. Right now all I know is that we exist and that we aren’t alone.

Continue reading CHILDREN 404. We exist. We are with you.

It’s sort of like alcoholics anonymous, isn’t it?

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My name is Darina, I am sixteen years old and I am a lesbian.

It’s sort of like alcoholics anonymous, isn’t it? It’s kind of sad…. It’s also really sad for me to read the stories of my peers, who are subjected to violence from society. Continue reading It’s sort of like alcoholics anonymous, isn’t it?

How can I turn someone gay? What can I say?

How can I turn someone gay? What can I say?  ‘We have no rights, everyone hates us.  Let’s unite! You can live in my little hell and listen to Madonna!” Jason Stewart, American actor, born 1959.
How can I turn someone gay? What can I say?
‘We have no rights, everyone hates us. Let’s unite! You can live in my little hell and listen to Madonna!” Jason Stewart, American actor, born 1959.

I’m only 16 years old.

Some people think I’m just a child, who can’t think for themselves. But I know more than many adults do. People are used to containing themselves within certain frames and they are scared to look out from them. If something doesn’t fit into the frame, then it’s ‘unacceptable’.
Continue reading How can I turn someone gay? What can I say?

I will be the one who got lucky…

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I will be the one who got lucky.

My fiends did not leave me (no friends equals no problems), I wasn’t bullied at school (there were not that many aggressive idiots in the grammar school I went to), I wasn’t kicked out of the house. Continue reading I will be the one who got lucky…