Yesterday, I informed my younger cousin that she is a lesbian. I don't know if I was the first person to tell her this or not, but she didn't take the news too well. In fact, when I told her this, she called me a "************" and punched me in the arm. It is really sad that some people are so homophobic. Is there anything that I can do to help her adjust to the news?
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quote:Originally posted by MACK_BROKER: Yesterday, I informed my younger cousin that she is a lesbian. I don't know if I was the first person to tell her this or not, but she didn't take the news too well.
Woah there, you told her that she is a lesbian? Call me crazy here, but isn't it up to her to determine her own sexual identity?
It's unnecessary and bit of a waste of bandwidth to quote the original message you are replying to. If you want to address certain points it's fine to quote that point and use it to respond but anything else is just redundant.
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