So my dad was reading the New York Times magazine and then he comes up to me and he’s like “I tore out this page, especially for you” and just …. Guys. Johnlock was in the New York Times magazine hold me
My child wants to come out at school, but Im concerned for their safety. This goes against my beliefs, but I want to support my child, how do I reconcile that?
How do I handle sleepovers?
When should I tell people? Whom should I tell?
There are chapters on Telling Others, Religious Beliefs, Gender, and more, and each chapter contains personal stories from Kristin, Dannielle, and other young people and parents who have been through similar experiences.
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the first time i saw the doab lyric booklet and saw “panic at the disco is brendon urie” i legitimately teared up this boy. is everything he lost his bandmates and his friends and he kept pushing and pushing and pushing to keep this band alive and he is the band he’s the fucking band and he is doing so goddamned well and i am so proud of him. i am so fuckign proud of him