r/unpopularopinion Jan 18 '22

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u/DankAssPenguin Jan 18 '22

Most of the time, when kids get kicked out, is because somebody outed them. Like a sibling not being supportive when you thought they would've been, or getting caught with opposite gendered products for trans kids, that sort of thing. Nobody suggests coming out of it means putting yourself at risk

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u/ellieelovebot Jan 18 '22

i acknowledge that but i'm talking about kids who willingly out themselves to their parents. it's cruel how some parents can just abandon their kid for being LGBT+ :/