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Woman asks if she's wrong to oppose sister's 'coming out as straight' party.

Woman asks if she's wrong to oppose sister's 'coming out as straight' party.

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A 27-year-old woman recently took to Reddit to share her moral quandary: her 16-year-old little sister wants to have a "coming out as straight party." The woman emphasizes that she would've been "happy and supportive" if her sister was LGBTQ. The problem: she's not.

The teen claims that her intentions are good and that she is trying to "destigmatize coming out" and do her part as a "LGBTQ+ ally." But since she's straight, her big sister finds the whole concept "insincere and disingenuous."

Big sis writes:

I am 27f, my sister is 16 (almost 17). She lives with our parents and has always been very .... Lively .... She announced a month ago that for her birthday in July she was going to have a "special" celebration. She and I have always been close, so I pumped her for more details. She eventually admit it was a "coming out" party.

Normal I would have been happy and supportive, but she had been dating the same guy since she was 13, so I was confused. Was she coming out as Bi? Trans didn't make sense because she has always been a girly girl, but I guess not impossible.

Sources: Reddit
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