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lannan13
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1/13/2015 5:19:35 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Okay, so my parents do not let my sister talk to boys or even look at boys. If a boy talks, looks, or even waves to her then she must tell our parents within the next 3 hours. I've been told to "spy" on her throughout the school day to make sure that she's not talking to boys. Even when people ask her, "Hey are you LT. Lannan's sister?" I have to go up to them and raddle the sabber at them. Just this last week someone ask, "Hey are you LT Lannan's brother?" She nods and then says, "You mean sister?" Because of her saying that my father is quitting his job to get her in an all girls school in Kansas City and because of that we have to loose our house, our car, and escentially our way of living, just because she can't correct a genderfication of what another person has said.

What are you thoughts? Have you or your parents ever been this strict?
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1/13/2015 5:25:03 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
My parents were never like this, this is ridiculous. I can't imagine living like this.

Sorry that you have to have parents like that
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1/13/2015 5:45:34 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
A bit excessive in my opinion, but as a father that is his right if he believes that he is acting in the best interest of his children.
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1/13/2015 5:48:01 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Even if your dad is has good reason to be heterophobic, I'm not sure this is the right way to raise a lesbian.
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1/13/2015 6:57:14 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/13/2015 5:19:35 PM, lannan13 wrote:
Okay, so my parents do not let my sister talk to boys or even look at boys. If a boy talks, looks, or even waves to her then she must tell our parents within the next 3 hours. I've been told to "spy" on her throughout the school day to make sure that she's not talking to boys. Even when people ask her, "Hey are you LT. Lannan's sister?" I have to go up to them and raddle the sabber at them. Just this last week someone ask, "Hey are you LT Lannan's brother?" She nods and then says, "You mean sister?" Because of her saying that my father is quitting his job to get her in an all girls school in Kansas City and because of that we have to loose our house, our car, and escentially our way of living, just because she can't correct a genderfication of what another person has said.

What are you thoughts? Have you or your parents ever been this strict?

That's sort of over and above the level of "over protective," to the point of being idiotically rash.

Your father sounds like he needs a reality check.
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1/13/2015 7:29:39 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/13/2015 5:48:01 PM, Fingohluuptee wrote:
Even if your dad is has good reason to be heterophobic, I'm not sure this is the right way to raise a lesbian.

He hates homosexuals. Remember that I live in Topeka, the home of the Westerboro Baptist Church, and he is practically them without actually being apart of their church. That's why when he found out that I was pansexual he exploded, but I convinced him that I'm gender blind, so he doesn't blame me for being "blind." His excuse is that he doesn't want her on 16 and Pregnant. When he was in High School he was the Starting Varsity QB and he fvcked girls left and right. He's scared that there's someone else like him out there that will go after his daughter.
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1/13/2015 7:48:20 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
I see where he comes from when I have my daughter ima be protective from guys like me haha. But I think he is a little too much, try talking to him? Like she needs to understand what guys are bout, if she dnt learn now then when she is older an a guy breaks her heart it may literally kill her to say.
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1/13/2015 8:29:18 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/13/2015 5:19:35 PM, lannan13 wrote:
Okay, so my parents do not let my sister talk to boys or even look at boys. If a boy talks, looks, or even waves to her then she must tell our parents within the next 3 hours. I've been told to "spy" on her throughout the school day to make sure that she's not talking to boys. Even when people ask her, "Hey are you LT. Lannan's sister?" I have to go up to them and raddle the sabber at them. Just this last week someone ask, "Hey are you LT Lannan's brother?" She nods and then says, "You mean sister?" Because of her saying that my father is quitting his job to get her in an all girls school in Kansas City and because of that we have to loose our house, our car, and escentially our way of living, just because she can't correct a genderfication of what another person has said.

What are you thoughts? Have you or your parents ever been this strict?

This is sounding a little like the plot to Footloose. It is a little OTT, there are boys in Kansas City as well I presume - its hard to get away from them. Feel for you
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1/13/2015 8:32:09 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/13/2015 8:29:18 PM, gingerbread-man wrote:
At 1/13/2015 5:19:35 PM, lannan13 wrote:
Okay, so my parents do not let my sister talk to boys or even look at boys. If a boy talks, looks, or even waves to her then she must tell our parents within the next 3 hours. I've been told to "spy" on her throughout the school day to make sure that she's not talking to boys. Even when people ask her, "Hey are you LT. Lannan's sister?" I have to go up to them and raddle the sabber at them. Just this last week someone ask, "Hey are you LT Lannan's brother?" She nods and then says, "You mean sister?" Because of her saying that my father is quitting his job to get her in an all girls school in Kansas City and because of that we have to loose our house, our car, and escentially our way of living, just because she can't correct a genderfication of what another person has said.

What are you thoughts? Have you or your parents ever been this strict?

This is sounding a little like the plot to Footloose. It is a little OTT, there are boys in Kansas City as well I presume - its hard to get away from them. Feel for you

Never seen that musical. I really hate them except for Dr. Horrible's SIng-along-Blog and the Producers. I know that they're there as well. He's a bit dillusional.
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1/13/2015 8:40:58 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/13/2015 8:32:09 PM, lannan13 wrote:
At 1/13/2015 8:29:18 PM, gingerbread-man wrote:
At 1/13/2015 5:19:35 PM, lannan13 wrote:
Okay, so my parents do not let my sister talk to boys or even look at boys. If a boy talks, looks, or even waves to her then she must tell our parents within the next 3 hours. I've been told to "spy" on her throughout the school day to make sure that she's not talking to boys. Even when people ask her, "Hey are you LT. Lannan's sister?" I have to go up to them and raddle the sabber at them. Just this last week someone ask, "Hey are you LT Lannan's brother?" She nods and then says, "You mean sister?" Because of her saying that my father is quitting his job to get her in an all girls school in Kansas City and because of that we have to loose our house, our car, and escentially our way of living, just because she can't correct a genderfication of what another person has said.

What are you thoughts? Have you or your parents ever been this strict?

This is sounding a little like the plot to Footloose. It is a little OTT, there are boys in Kansas City as well I presume - its hard to get away from them. Feel for you

Never seen that musical. I really hate them except for Dr. Horrible's SIng-along-Blog and the Producers. I know that they're there as well. He's a bit dillusional.

Thats really sad....how can you not love musicals?
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1/13/2015 8:44:25 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/13/2015 8:40:58 PM, gingerbread-man wrote:
At 1/13/2015 8:32:09 PM, lannan13 wrote:
At 1/13/2015 8:29:18 PM, gingerbread-man wrote:
At 1/13/2015 5:19:35 PM, lannan13 wrote:
Okay, so my parents do not let my sister talk to boys or even look at boys. If a boy talks, looks, or even waves to her then she must tell our parents within the next 3 hours. I've been told to "spy" on her throughout the school day to make sure that she's not talking to boys. Even when people ask her, "Hey are you LT. Lannan's sister?" I have to go up to them and raddle the sabber at them. Just this last week someone ask, "Hey are you LT Lannan's brother?" She nods and then says, "You mean sister?" Because of her saying that my father is quitting his job to get her in an all girls school in Kansas City and because of that we have to loose our house, our car, and escentially our way of living, just because she can't correct a genderfication of what another person has said.

What are you thoughts? Have you or your parents ever been this strict?

This is sounding a little like the plot to Footloose. It is a little OTT, there are boys in Kansas City as well I presume - its hard to get away from them. Feel for you

Never seen that musical. I really hate them except for Dr. Horrible's SIng-along-Blog and the Producers. I know that they're there as well. He's a bit dillusional.

Thats really sad....how can you not love musicals?

IDK, I'm not really interested in them and I kinda find them annoying.
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