I know it has nothing to do with MCR. And I'm sorry about that. I guess I just need someone to hear me out.
(#) CatscanFlyy 2012-01-05 09:33:15 AMThis is all so tru my family is very libral, my dad is bi-sexual and my mother's boyfriend is black so I don't have to deal with these issues at home but I live in a very small town full of closed minded homaphobia racist people who make life very difficult for anyone different and I honestly don't understand it; how people thing they have any say at all in how other human beings run their life. I'm so sorry you have to live in the enviroment that you do, but you sound like a fighter and one day you'll get out! Stay strong and proud!
(#) blackmaria 2012-01-05 10:28:56 AMBe proud of who you are hun, fuck your parents. Sadly some people think its wrong to be who you are, if they don't like it tough it's who you are. As for the bullying just ignore the fuckers, I know it's hard, give em the middle finger. I may never meet you but EVERY one has a beauty to them. Don't beat your e
As the master him self Gerard way says
Hey girl, you beautiful
- My best friend is in a similar situation to yours. She was 17 when she had her first kiss. She wasn't alllowed out of house unless it was to school or grinds we took together, occansionally to the cinema.
The point I'm trying to make is her parents were disgusted with any type of sexual relationship. She was straight but I hate to think how her parents would have felt if she wasn't.
My childhood consisted of a lot of underaged drinking and partying that introduced me into a lifestyle I'd have been happier to ignore the exsistence of. I was defiantly pushed into a dark place that began to ruin my life and considerable amount of my new found friends.
My friend remained separated from this life, although she wished she could go to the parties and drink but now when we both look back on it we've come to the conclusion that her sheltered life set her up for a far more successful life.
I owe my life to her, she was the only one sober enough to pull me out. Trust me some many people sit at home in abosolute hell. It will come to some purpose, you might end up saving someone.
If you don't like something, change it ¥
(#) ImJustFine 2012-01-05 12:58:08 PMYou know what? I just wanted to tell you that
IN A WAY YOU DO HAVE A FAMILY THAT SUPPORTS YOU.
We're your family. Right here. Bi, gay, straight, trans, pan, etc, it doesn't really matter, because we support you for being who you are. And for never, ever, ever changing that. Ever. Am I making any sense? However, I want you to stand tall and believe in yourself, because if you believe in yourself hard enough... Others will too. If people can't accept you anyway, well, I'm sorry but FUCK THEM. As you said, they are the one's who should be going to Hell. They're the ones who are hating without a reason.