i am 17 years old and i told my mother that i was a lesbian last year and she was shocked. she began to go crazy and wont let me do NOTHING. she hesitated to let me use the phone and when i would be on the phone and she would ask every second "who am i talkin 2, is that this gurl that makes you think u gay".so i got tired of her harrasing me so i told her i wasnt a lesbian any more. I guess she really believed me. I never felt comfortable dressing as a girl but now i dress like a boy and she is always asking questions and tries to force me to dress like a girl. my mother she always ask where is my boyfriend and it gets me really mad i just dont show it. she always says something about my husband this my husband that. she reads my text messages all the time and questions me about who is this gurl and ehy is she talkin to you like that. then she threatens to take my phone. im tired of her always tryin to force boys in my life and trying to make me dress like a girl.
It sucks that your mom feels the way she does...but at the end of the day, this is your life and you have to do what makes you happy, even if that means hurting your mom in the process...unfortunately. But no, I don't think you should tell your mom again, this is a pretty unforgettable subject.
Next time your mom asks where your boyfriend is tell her you are a lesbian and would she like to meet your girlfriend...she is playing games with your headf.parents can really mess up your mind if you let them so dont let them.Be you.If she cant accept you for who you are then its her loss...get her one of these books.
what they said above is true. One of my closest friends came out to his parents a few years after he had been at college. There reaction, to me was absolutely not necessary. They took away his car, stopped paying for his tuition, and would not talk to him what so ever. I can remember him crying on my shoulders asking why? this is who he is and why cant they accept this? After a while they finally came around although they don't accept it they do talk to him, as long as he doesnt bring his "lifestyle" as they call it, around them. A few times his mom tried to force this movie on him, that was about a man who was gay but all the sudden found god and married a women and had kids...a bunch of junk!
I am just trying to say be who you are. Dont try to be something your not for anybody including your parents or any other family members. Maybe she will come around some day, but for now, you are you and if she cant respect that so be it.