How to tell ur mom ur gay
Parents are often ignorant about homosexuality and may say things like "That's just a phase, you'll grow out of it" or "You haven't tried hard enough with the opposite sex." These kinds of comments can make it difficult for kids to know whether it is safe to come out. If you think your parents might react violently or try to talk you out of your sexual orientation, it may be a good idea to consider establishing a safety plan with friends in case you have to leave your home for some time.
It can also be helpful to have some ideas of what you want to say prepared. Writing down some key points can help you stay focused and prevent you from forgetting something important when the conversation actually happens. It might even help to bring this list with you to the conversation so that you can refer to it if necessary.
Some people decide to tell their parents about their sexuality or gender identity before they have any other friends and family members come out to them. This can help your parents feel more comfortable with the idea that it is okay for you to be homosexual and it can also give them a chance to practice responding to your news in a way that is respectful. It can also be a way to demonstrate that you do not want them to share your information with anyone else without your permission.