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What would you do if your bi-sexual son/daughter was been harrassed at school/neighborhood by peers and adults?

 
emily1230

Asked by emily1230 at 2:00 PM on Oct. 2, 2010 in Teens (13-17)

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Answers (11)
  • I would stand up for my child and give those adults a piece of my mind if I don't kill them first Adults shouldn't be harassing children. I would teach my child to fight back and he/she won't get in trouble if she was just defending herself. If it's at school I would let the media know that the school does shit and allows anti-gay BS into their school.
    mommy_of_two388

    Answer by mommy_of_two388 at 2:54 PM on Oct. 3, 2010

  • Support them and Teach them to stand up for themselves. I went through it, and I did it alone... I don't want them to have to. But at the same time I feel they need to learn to deal with these kinds of things by themselves, cause mom isn't always going to be there to fight their fight.
    SabrinaMBowen

    Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 2:01 PM on Oct. 2, 2010

  • Reno are you serious?
    delilahsmom1177

    Answer by delilahsmom1177 at 2:17 PM on Oct. 2, 2010

  • I would support them and tell them I am proud of them for coming out and being brave about it. Even though at that age, I don't think you can label them yet.
    mygirlpaige

    Answer by mygirlpaige at 2:23 PM on Oct. 2, 2010

  • Support them and tell them that they need to stand up for themselves...
    MTM

    Answer by MTM at 2:07 PM on Oct. 2, 2010

  • Oh I didn't answer you OP. I would go to the school and have it stopped. If it didn't I would take my child out of that school! Sorry there is no room for bullying my child!
    delilahsmom1177

    Answer by delilahsmom1177 at 2:25 PM on Oct. 2, 2010

  • Teach them how to kick box!!!! Kick their butt!
    NicolesMommy

    Answer by NicolesMommy at 2:55 AM on Oct. 3, 2010

  • I am not really sure how I would handle that. I am not even so sure that a child of that age has the capability to understand that they really are bi-sexual. For me, that in itself would not be an easy acceptance. I would probably seek some counseling for both the child and myself first before I could confront anyone else. Some of us do not have experience with that, so how can we make judgements??
    m-avi

    Answer by m-avi at 2:04 PM on Oct. 2, 2010

  • I would report it to the school and tell your daughter to stand tall! and of course be her support system always.
    older

    Answer by older at 2:32 PM on Oct. 2, 2010

  • Transfer to a new school and move.
    MizusT

    Answer by MizusT at 2:41 AM on Oct. 4, 2010