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Intro I'm a 27 year old trans woman, the atheist daughter of a pair of conservative, queerphobic christians. While I didn't figure out my gender until my mid twenties, I came to be an atheist at ~12, strongly suspected I wasn't straight at 16, was cross dressing intermittently back then, etc etc. All of which is to say, I kept a lot of secrets from my ...


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I am/was not totally up-to-date about all the new gender identities proliferating the last few years, so I had to do a bit of googling. After this research these are my cents regarding your issue. As far as I understand being asexual, pansexual and demisexual does not mean you need an invasive medical procedure or even a radical change of wardrobe. Being ...


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They say that when people from different groups have a contact in equal matters and need to cooperate to achieve something they feel more tolerant. So, before LGBTQ people ( I say this because he said he is intolerant) , you can help him to attend a charity event or fundraising for disabled people, or you can join a dinner event or a barbecue for immigrants ...


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Determining Their Views Finding out what they think about LGBT should be easy enough if you just take on a little interest in the psychological tendencies of women and men (or any subject with close links to the subject of LGBT). Once you have gathered a little bit of knowledge about the topic, you will naturally think of logical questions that can easily be ...


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My two cents: don't. Unless you are 1000% sure that your parents are liberal about this, do not open up. If you get disowned or kicked out, you have no means of living, and if your parents decide to send you to some fake counsellor or "correctional facility", you will be obliged to comply. You'll be sucked into the middle of a battle that you will ...


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