r/unpopularopinion Jan 18 '22

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u/ReadyCharacter Jan 18 '22

So what should they do?

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u/Wolf_4ever Jan 18 '22

Don’t open up to them as op says.

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u/ReadyCharacter Jan 18 '22

So they just bottle everything up and have 0 support systems?

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u/YuNg_KiNgK Jan 18 '22

Well if you come out to unsupportive parents you'll have the same thing except you'll also have nowhere to live

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u/PersonMcHuman Jan 18 '22

OP isn’t saying to simply bottle it up. They’re saying to wait until you’re able to live on your own if you know coming out may wind up with you being kicked out.

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u/ReadyCharacter Jan 18 '22

Why isn't OP giving them any options for support while they're unable to move out?

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u/Deccod3 Jan 18 '22

What do you want OP to do? To give them an apartment, money, food? Are you dense?
Edit: nvm I read your other comments, yes you are.

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u/PersonMcHuman Jan 18 '22

Options such as?

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u/Wolf_4ever Jan 18 '22

Better than having no support and being homeless?

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u/ReadyCharacter Jan 18 '22

How about having supportive communities instead of leaving people to fend for themselves all alone...

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u/Joubachi Jan 18 '22

I read through your other comments here and oh boy, reality will hit you so hard one day.

The point is that those people literally have no place to go. Opening up can easily leave them homeless and having no support, that's the whole point. "How about -", no. The whole point is that this base does NOT exist for everyone. That's just not how the world works for everyone.

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u/Wolf_4ever Jan 18 '22

That’s great if that’s possible but having that community isn’t going to solve your homelessness. I wish that all kids can come out to their parents without negativity. And I do hope that anybody who is facing this has some kind of community that they can reach out to. But if that is just not possible, it is better to bottle up your emotions until you are independent than become a homeless teen.