I need Help

Little1xoxo's picture

Okay, I'm 14 years old. I have matured more faster then some people in my generation. I have been questioning since I was 11. I told my dad that I might like girls a year ago and he asked me a series of questions and he was okay with it. But I have had a year to figure out what my sexual orientation is. I have thought really hard about it, been in relationships with both men and women. I have figured out that I have no interest in men whatsoever. I don't want to tell people because I will be bullied constantly. I don't know if I should tell my parents because I'm afraid. What's is the best solution for my situation?




RegretShouldntExist's picture

Didnt you say ur dad was ok

Didnt you say ur dad was ok with it when u told him u liked both?? Why wouldnt he be ok with just girls? If he rly loved u and was ur dad he would accept u

"My personal opinion is that you do not have "what it takes" "
-Kristen Chenoweth (Glinda)

Salvatore's picture

My mother always says: "the

My mother always says: "the best cure for homophobia is to find out your offspring's gay."
The people you should be able to trust the most are your parents. When you feel comfortable about telling them, go through with it. From there, try to progress to telling others. I'm fourteen as well, this method worked for me.
Best of luck, dear. xx

oh baby girl, i'm not your type..

rainforestchild's picture


I'm sorry you are afraid :( but it takes a lot of time to figure out your sexual orientation. I'm 16 and I have been questioning mine since I was 11 too. You'll probably get a lot of comments like this, but you don't have to put a label on yourself yet (if ever). If you have no interest whatsoever in guys then you can't just hope and wish to be bi. Its hard to do, but you should try to just let things play out and accept whatever you find out about yourself. About your dad, if he was fine with you being bi he will most likely be fine with you just liking girls. Hope it all works out!