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October 22, 2009



I suspect that magazine was something completely innocent like Men's Health. Doesn't mean the boy is gay. Those bible thumpers always make such a fuss about perfectly normal things.
I'd be seriously pissed off, if I were him, about her "going through his room". She never seems to have heard about the term privacy before.
And honestly, as a mother I would be more concerned if a 17-year-old boy wasn't a bit secretive about anything in his life. It's called puberty.
I really feel sorry for this kid.


I feel sorry for the kid, too. And maybe he's gay, maybe he isn't, but I suspect the whole thing is a joke anyway.

Tina in Houston

My mother was like this. She imagined all sorts of things wrong with me when I was a kid. It's alright: 30+ years later I'm OK and she's still weird.


I'm not sure if it's a fake, but I couldn't believe the updated version ( with her opinion that he can't be gay as their religion doesn't accept homosexuality...

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