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Julian Ali
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  1. 1. How should I come out to my parents??

    • A party.
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    • Movie night (trans/gay movie).
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    • Family dinner.
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    • A well timed speech.
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    • Hang a Trans Pride flag in the living room.
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    • Tell my blabber mouthed sister and hope she explains.
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i came out with a. really awkward and overly-defensive speech when i was around 14, and i don’t think that was the best plan (mainly cause i was defending myself when they didn’t even oppose me or anything LMAO-)

i’d say try something casual like a movie night or dinner! it helps to have something else to focus on other than talking :)

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9 hours ago, svcker-pvnch said:

i came out with a. really awkward and overly-defensive speech when i was around 14, and i don’t think that was the best plan (mainly cause i was defending myself when they didn’t even oppose me or anything LMAO-)

i’d say try something casual like a movie night or dinner! it helps to have something else to focus on other than talking :)

Happy for you 🥹 

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On 11/5/2022 at 8:59 PM, svcker-pvnch said:

i came out with a. really awkward and overly-defensive speech when i was around 14, and i don’t think that was the best plan (mainly cause i was defending myself when they didn’t even oppose me or anything LMAO-)

i’d say try something casual like a movie night or dinner! it helps to have something else to focus on other than talking :)

Awsome, Thanks! 😀

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On 11/5/2022 at 8:59 PM, svcker-pvnch said:

i came out with a. really awkward and overly-defensive speech when i was around 14, and i don’t think that was the best plan (mainly cause i was defending myself when they didn’t even oppose me or anything LMAO-)

i’d say try something casual like a movie night or dinner! it helps to have something else to focus on other than talking :)

Also a great idea because i have kinda homophobic parents and they would freak if i did a speech, and they would probably say something like "you're 13, you cant be trans, its a phase kid"

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Hey @Julian Ali,

Sorry if I'm a little late to this, but I am also a trans man who has recently come out to my parents and the majority of my friends/school teachers etc. (Little backstory - I have been struggling with my identity for about 4 years now, I am chinese so my culture is pretty much anti LGBT.)

Regardless, remember this -  At the end of the day if it makes you happy - Finding happiness in yourself is really important. And don't let people tell you it's a phase, a lot of people might say that, but for us trans folks deep down, we know that it is a big part to get right - people will eventually turn around. My parents are coming round to it slowly - I'm sure yours will too. 

 

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