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My friend has a girlfriend of 3 years but he said he might be bi because he wouldn't mind 'experimenting' with guys.

Should I tell his parents or just leave him alone? (He is religious so its against religion)
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My friend has a girlfriend of 3 years but he said he might be bi because he wouldn't mind 'experimenting' with guys.

Should I tell his parents or just leave him alone? (He is religious so its against religion)
100000% leave him alone. It's absolutely not your responsibility to out him. Let him figure it out himself. Support him or leave him alone completely. His sexuality and how that fits in with his religion is completely none of your business
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wtf don’t tell his parents! It’s not your job to snitch lol let him sort himself out
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wtf don’t tell his parents! It’s not your job to snitch lol let him sort himself out
I didn't think of it as snitching, more like helping him out. His parents would be against this and so would mine so I thought maybe something's up with him as he has a girlfriend and it's cheating in a way. I don't know im just saying what he told me
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I didn't think of it as snitching, more like helping him out. His parents would be against this and so would mine so I thought maybe something's up with him as he has a girlfriend and it's cheating in a way. I don't know im just saying what he told me
Just leave him Alone lol why do you want him to move to you
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Just leave him Alone lol why do you want him to move to you
Okay I'll just leave him do what he wants but he's like a brother to me That's why
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lmaoo leave the dude alone, I'm pretty sure he's entitled to make his own opinions, and I think he knows what he's getting himself into is well. It's absolutely fine to be Bi and experiment, and I'm sure he can experiment if he wants too. I know you're trying to look out but that's not the way, and telling his parents will either result in you having a black eye (if your friend is anything like my friends) that or it most likely will cause a drift in your relationship, he'll stop talking to you
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Okay I'll just leave him do what he wants but he's like a brother to me That's why
don’t tell lol

its his life and I’m not saying I agree with what he ‘is’ but just don’t get yourself and him in a pickle
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How is outing somebody to homophobic parents helping them
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don’t tell lol

its his life and I’m not saying I agree with what he ‘is’ but just don’t get yourself and him in a pickle
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lmaoo leave the dude alone, I'm pretty sure he's entitled to make his own opinions, and I think he knows what he's getting himself into is well. It's absolutely fine to be Bi and experiment, and I'm sure he can experiment if he wants too. I know you're trying to look out but that's not the way, and telling his parents will either result in you having a black eye (if your friend is anything like my friends) that or it most likely will cause a drift in your relationship, he'll stop talking to you
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100000% leave him alone. It's absolutely not your responsibility to out him. Let him figure it out himself. Support him or leave him alone completely. His sexuality and how that fits in with his religion is completely none of your business
Thanks:jumphug:
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How is outing somebody to homophobic parents helping them
Dont worry i wont but i thought it would help him. I won't do it anymore though!!
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Put it this way, if a 'friend' had outed me to my catholic parents, I'd be serving a life sentence...
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My friend has a girlfriend of 3 years but he said he might be bi because he wouldn't mind 'experimenting' with guys.

Should I tell his parents or just leave him alone? (He is religious so its against religion)
*******. You gotta be trolling.
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*******. You gotta be trolling.
Yes im trolling... lol no I'm not msg me if u want to know more
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Yes im trolling... lol no I'm not msg me if u want to know more
I don't need to know more. Out him and you will regret it, karma is a *****.
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Thanks:jumphug:
No worries! Always better to ask!
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I didn't think of it as snitching, more like helping him out. His parents would be against this and so would mine so I thought maybe something's up with him as he has a girlfriend and it's cheating in a way. I don't know im just saying what he told me
How is it cheating if he's just confused about his sexuality? Ridiculous
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My friend has a girlfriend of 3 years but he said he might be bi because he wouldn't mind 'experimenting' with guys.

Should I tell his parents or just leave him alone? (He is religious so its against religion)
You are just bothered now because he is shoeing homosexual interest and you want that dealt with? because of religion? right? leave the guy alone? You are not helping. If it was 2 girls would you be so bothered?
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tell his parents? what in the hell is this question - NO.....

Shock horror, he said he might be bi lol

he trusted to confide in you, you dont go behind his back to spread things that may not be true.

please mind your own business
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(Original post by TheYearNiner)
My friend has a girlfriend of 3 years but he said he might be bi because he wouldn't mind 'experimenting' with guys.

Should I tell his parents or just leave him alone? (He is religious so its against religion)
LOOOOL "tell his parents" like some snitch, leave him alone you eediat
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