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how do i, as a mother, deal with a 15 year old daughter who's only "close " friends are lesbians?
Maybe they hated the answers, or they're using other names for privacy.
Or maybe she liked the answers and got what she needed from them. Maybe one of her concerns was that if her daughter is friends with girls who were lesbians that automatically means her daughter is a lesbian - not necessarily so.
I certainly wouldn't have encouraged any adult or sexual relationships between fifteen year olds- but that's not what the question was about.
In fact, maybe the original poster wants her daughter to have a boyfriend and is worried that she doesn't, and that's what prompted the post.
Obviously it concerns her that her daughter is close with girls as opposed to boys.
One thing I've learned from having two teenagers, is that if your kid is gonna do something, after about the age of fifteen, they're gonna do it whether they think you approve or not.
If you want to be able to know what they're doing, it's better to approach them with the attitude that lets them know, 'Whatever is going on, we can work through trying to understand it,' rather than 'If you happen to be gay - it will KILL me- I won't be able to handle it.'
I'm not in the camp that if the girl is gay it's no big deal because her life and your life will be the same as if she weren't. Because I know that if the girl is gay, she will have very different issues and experiences than if she's not.
So if your child is gay - it would be good to be aware of that.
But the original question was, 'How do I deal with a fifteen year old whose only close friends are lesbians?'
A lot will depend on what someone's feelings about lesbians are.
And every experience is so individual - it's hard to tell anyone how to deal with anything.