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LGBT teen asks if she was wrong for telling little brother, 6, that 'girls can kiss girls.'

LGBT teen asks if she was wrong for telling little brother, 6, that 'girls can kiss girls.'

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Some say it's a parent's job to educate their kids about the world — but what if your parents are homophobic?

A teenager who's part of the LGBTQ+ community asked Reddit for advice after she told her brother about the existence of same-sex attraction and her mom flipped out. The teen is somewhat worried that she overstepped, but more concerned that her parents will raise her little brother to be homophobic.

It all started when the siblings were watching a TV show together:

I (17F) was watching a TV show with my 6 year old brother when at the end two female characters kiss (Yes, She-ra). When my brother said " Ew! Why are they kissing?" I asked him why he said that.

He says, " Because girls can't kiss girls. Only boys can kiss girls."

I tell him that girls can kiss girls and boys can kiss boys. It's the same as a boy kissing a girl. Then we went back to watching the show.

Sources: Reddit
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