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my parents are homophobic and i’m pan,  they don’t know but i’m scared they’ll find out. how do you deal with homophobia in your household, family, of friends?

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2 hours ago, ninafly said:

my parents are homophobic and i’m pan,  they don’t know but i’m scared they’ll find out. how do you deal with homophobia in your household, family, of friends?

Hey @ninafly Welcome to the community. 😊

I wondered if you feel it’s beneficial to have a chat with one our Trained Mentors? I’ll tag them in so you know who they are and so they can reach out to you. @Monsoon & @Blondie.

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3 hours ago, ninafly said:

my parents are homophobic and i’m pan,  they don’t know but i’m scared they’ll find out. how do you deal with homophobia in your household, family, of friends?

Hey Nina,

Thank you for sharing this with us. It's completely normal to be scared in this kind of situation; we all want to be accepted and loved for who we are, and when those close to us don't agree with your identity, there can be fears around not being accepted and even being in an unsafe situation, such as getting kicked out. I'm wondering, what are you scared might happen if these people find out? 

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On 5/1/2022 at 3:31 AM, Monsoon said:

Hey Nina,

Thank you for sharing this with us. It's completely normal to be scared in this kind of situation; we all want to be accepted and loved for who we are, and when those close to us don't agree with your identity, there can be fears around not being accepted and even being in an unsafe situation, such as getting kicked out. I'm wondering, what are you scared might happen if these people find out?

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9 hours ago, ninafly said:
On 5/1/2022 at 10:31 AM, Monsoon said:

Hey Nina,

Thank you for sharing this with us. It's completely normal to be scared in this kind of situation; we all want to be accepted and loved for who we are, and when those close to us don't agree with your identity, there can be fears around not being accepted and even being in an unsafe situation, such as getting kicked out. I'm wondering, what are you scared might happen if these people find out?

Hey there,

I saw you quoted my message, but there's no reply - just wanted to let you know :) 

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