She didn’t reject him, she rejected who he was, who he was born to be – a gay man. Guest Blogger and LGBTQ Super-Fan Susan Hope Berland Chimes in for Gay Pride Month Several years ago I came across this article, “Just Because He Breathes: Learning to Truly Love our Gay Son” by Linda Robertson. […]
It’s important to discuss being gay with care and sensitivity, no matter what you believe. Sexual attraction is a part of life (a big one!) and it’s important you talk to your kids about it. I believe kids need to know about sexual attraction and how it’s possible to be attracted to someone who is […]
If I had a daughter I would put her on birth control after she has her period for about a year and/or is 14 or 15. Radical? Maybe. I love the idea of establishing use of birth control as a normal and important part of her health care.
I DO NOT want to shame her but also want to dialogue about privacy and having special time alone in bathroom or her room.
Emphasize that it is up to them to stick to their limits and tell them to be aware of how far things are going once their hormones are enjoying a make out session.