Well the male was one of those supposive "goodie two-shoes." I've talked to him at one point and he has legitimately changed, but it wasn't nessicarily because of her. He never felt well while under his parents wishes. As for the girl's parents... they're pretty strict themselves, but it was mostly ugly on the guy's side. From what I heard, the mother was trying to get the girl classified as a pedophile for some reason -.-
I think the main problem was just that her son magically changed overnight and as the parent of one of those "good" children, she flipped. I honestly hope everything went well, but I really can't place an ideal on what would be best :/
So I've heard. I know a couple supposively in a physical relationship like that, but it's been a lot of drama since...
A. They're minors.
B. Their parents found out.
I never really got involved so beyond that... I can't say. I did something kind of cheesy just to say "everything will be alright." I drew a bunny and wrote down a cute little good luck message. I didn't think they'd want more people involved than what were already.
Hmm. I believe you're under the belief that homosexuality is something you're born with, right? Sorry if I've got the wrong idea... provided that I am wrong. I don't want to accuse you of anything that may not be true ^.^ If you are, however, under that belief... It'd be nice to talk to you so that I can learn more. (We can still talk either way of course ^.^)
To be quite honest, I've always leaned towards it being a mental thing... but, that's because I give too much credit to the mind. I know a few people who are gay/bi at my school and from what I've heard from them, it always seemed like a particular culmination of experience that made them lean on that orientation. But, really that's all that I have to go from. Experience. That's why it'd be nice to be informed from someone who DOES feel that sexuality is something that you are born with and get a better idea from another viewpoint.
As far as my views are concerned... I just don't want to hate anyone. I already deeply despise the family I have and I'd much rather limit my hate to just them. It just makes me sad to "hate." That's why I believe in understanding so that I am no longer confused and can I say that I don't hate a certain person (once again with the exception of my family). It's perfectly fine to disagree of course and in my opinion... agreeing to disagree is the ideal worst. It'd be nice if at the very least both the homosexuals and the homophobics could just agree that their ideas are different and stop all the hating. But, of course... there's still human nature and the nessicary evil of conflict.
Btw. It'd be nice if you don't ask about why I hate my family. It's a bit personal for someone that I'm just starting up a conversation with. Thank you >.<