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Any advice will do. I walked into my sister's bedroom and caught her kissing another girl. She claims they were just curious about what it felt like, but I'm not convinced of that. Both have boyfriends, that they have just cheated on. I haven't yet told my parents. What should I do?
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Any advice will do. I walked into my sister's bedroom and caught her kissing another girl. She claims they were just curious about what it felt like, but I'm not convinced of that. Both have boyfriends, that they have just cheated on. I haven't yet told my parents. What should I do?
It’s none of your business and it’s not for you to get involved in and go around telling everyone.

If they’ve cheated then their partners will eventually find out anyway.
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Any advice will do. I walked into my sister's bedroom and caught her kissing another girl. She claims they were just curious about what it felt like, but I'm not convinced of that. Both have boyfriends, that they have just cheated on. I haven't yet told my parents. What should I do?
You leave them to it and don't interfere, nobody will appreciate you involving yourself.
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Mind your own business
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Leaving aside that it's not really your business, it very much depends on the context of the kiss. Like, if they're full-on making out, ready to tear each other's clothes off, it's cheating. If they just got curious about what kissing another girl felt like, then it's utterly nothing.

My friends and I kiss on a regular basis. It's a thing in our social circle. It's not sexual, we're just close, I guess. None of the SOs have ever assumed there's cheating occurring.

But, and again, here's the most important thing: It's not your business, nor is it your parents' business.
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Do nothing. It's not your place to tell anyone or get involved.
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Leaving aside that it's not really your business, it very much depends on the context of the kiss. Like, if they're full-on making out, ready to tear each other's clothes off, it's cheating. If they just got curious about what kissing another girl felt like, then it's utterly nothing.

My friends and I kiss on a regular basis. It's a thing in our social circle. It's not sexual, we're just close, I guess. None of the SOs have ever assumed there's cheating occurring.

But, and again, here's the most important thing: It's not your business, nor is it your parents' business.
Same. I kiss my girl friends all the time.
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