Bi girls teen chat
Kind of uplifted feeling, waiting for some charming girl to buzz up and ask me to save her from assassins or something.
In the spirit of Bertie Wooster, and such a Tuesday, let’s chat. Dating rules for my bisexual teen: My 15-year-old daughter recently came out to me as bisexual, leaning toward liking girls more.
Let your daughter know she has your support whenever she feels ready to come out to her father, and in the meantime, as long as she’s willing to abide by the sleepover rule, you don’t have to explain its details to your husband. If you threw a load of clothes in the wash and then wandered away, you’d write your apartment number on a whiteboard so whoever needed the machine next could come check on you and remind you that England expects every man to do his duty.
If you weren’t around, they’d fling your clothes in the dryer and write a note under your name letting you know which dryer was ready to be turned on.
My question is: What are the dating rules for her and her girlfriend?
She’s very close with her friends who are girls and often has sleepovers at our house and theirs.
A: Congratulations on being a supportive and loving parent!
If you failed to show up after that, you might wander down to the laundry room to find your wet clothes turned out on the folding table, and no one but yourself to blame.
Consider asking your landlord to post a sign in the laundry room if they haven’t already, so that everyone’s clear on the building’s policy. The machine helpfully flashes 34 MINUTES (or thereabouts) at you upon starting up; it’s incumbent upon the washer to keep track of how long they’re tying up a machine.
I’m fine with it and hope my husband will be too when she feels comfortable talking to him about it.
The extended family on both sides will be a mixed bag of reactions and I’m more than willing to be Protective Mom as necessary, but that will come in its own time.