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Carcarrenee
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Hi! I don’t know what to do. My 13 year old girl wants to spend the night with her girlfriend. Should I trust them and allow them to spend the night with each othe?
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Yes
You can always check up on them occasionally or make them sleep in separate beds
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Only you know your kid. If you trust her, why not, just set the rules. Otherwise theres nothing wrong with strictly daytime hangouts.
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Yes.
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(Original post by Carcarrenee)
Hi! I don’t know what to do. My 13 year old girl wants to spend the night with her girlfriend. Should I trust them and allow them to spend the night with each othe?
Hell to the no lmao

to the people saying yes, would you let a 13 year old boy and 13 year old girl if they were dating spend the night together too if you were a parent? i don't think you would.......

and if that's the case, them being same sex shouldn't make a difference here..
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At that age, kids nowadays are up to no good.

I would say to wait until they’re older. Yes she will be upset but that’s life.
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Anyways, they are 13, as long as you check up on them and lay some ground rules, I think they should be fine
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Anyways, they are 13, as long as you check up on them and lay some ground rules, I think they should be fine
Disagree. I’d be very careful. 13 is the youngest age people normally to start have sex, not saying it’s right.

Best to be very careful and more cautious
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At 13 you can be certain they will try stuff out

Make your decision based on that
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Disagree. I’d be very careful. 13 is the youngest age people normally to start have sex, not saying it’s right.

Best to be very careful and more cautious
Yes but if their parents set ground rules and talk to em about it I’m sure it would be ok, especially if they get checked up on every now and again
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why have you called it a bisexual sleepover?

I dunno. sexual activity on sleepovers happen regardless of how many people are in attendance and whether they are dating. although I don't advocate that teenagers should never be allowed to have sleepovers.

maybe if they sleep in the living room on the air bed or sofa? or that they keep the bedroom room open?

I dunno, I don't think I'm at all qualified to give parenting advice. :dontknow:
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It's not a bisexual sleepover, it's a sleepover love. Period
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