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    I'm 17 and in lower sixth. He's 19, first year of uni at a city about 40 mins from mine. We're both guys.

    I'm planning to go on a date with him, just out for a meal. This will be our fourth date.

    I haven't mentioned him yet.
    How do I tell her?
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    Have you come out to your family? Or are you asking how to come out to your family?
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    (Original post by BWV1007)
    Have you come out to your family? Or are you asking how to come out to your family?
    I've told her, she told me it's a phase.
    I'm asking how do I tell her that I'm going on a date.
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    I think you've just gotta be straight up. As clear as you made it in this OP.
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    (Original post by jackmolineux)
    I've told her, she told me it's a phase.
    I'm asking how do I tell her that I'm going on a date.
    In that case, do you think it's better if your mum knows? Is she going to be accepting about it?
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    (Original post by jackmolineux)
    I've told her, she told me it's a phase.
    I'm asking how do I tell her that I'm going on a date.
    Love is love. You don't need to tell her anything, I don't tell mine about my dates. Enjoy your date and just relax
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    (Original post by jackmolineux)
    I'm 17 and in lower sixth. He's 19, first year of uni at a city about 40 mins from mine. We're both guys.

    I'm planning to go on a date with him, just out for a meal. This will be our fourth date.

    I haven't mentioned him yet.
    How do I tell her?
    "Mum, I'm going out on a date".

    Chances are she knows you're gay already, even if you don't think she does.
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    MUM,DAD!!i am going to my mates house to play fifa for three hours (wouldnt even dare saying i am actually playing COD at their house :lol: )
    When they say sure proceed on your date

    That would be my tactic :yes:
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    (Original post by jackmolineux)
    I'm 17 and in lower sixth. He's 19, first year of uni at a city about 40 mins from mine. We're both guys.

    I'm planning to go on a date with him, just out for a meal. This will be our fourth date.

    I haven't mentioned him yet.
    How do I tell her?
    You don't have to tell her.
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    (Original post by toonervoustotalk)
    MUM,DAD!!i am going to my mates house to play fifa for three hours (wouldnt even dare saying i am actually playing COD at their house :lol: )
    When they say sure proceed on your date

    That would be my tactic :yes:
    Or going outside to play footy works aswell.

    What u got against cod?
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    I wouldnt. I only tell my parents about boyfriends when they're serious (as in at least a couple of months, but depends on the guy).
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    Just tell her straight that you are dating someone.
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    Or going outside to play footy works aswell.

    What u got against cod?
    Notbing but they say it is too violent :indiff: i know it is just a game lol
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    'Mom I am going on a date, wish me luck'
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    Just say you're going on a date/going out with a friend?.
    It's not much of a big deal


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    When I'm putting my jacket on while leaving. Basically so she knows where I am and what my plans are.... but still retaining a level of privacy...

    Then again it may be a moot point... I'm 24 and tell her everything randomly anyway lol
 
 
 
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