When my oldest was in middle school, I learned quickly about some of our generational differences, especially as it relates to identifying as LGBTQ. Now, kids seem to come out at an even younger age. That makes me happy, but it creates a parenting challenge. When she was an adolescent, my oldest gave me her list of friends for a sleepover. One girl was openly lesbian 12 or 13 years old.
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Mom, I’m Gay. Can My Friends Sleep Over?
Noting that she and her daughter "have a really good relationship," Olson nonetheless pointed to the challenges involved when it came to the subject of sleepovers for parents of LGBT kids. We're talking about kids, we're talking about kids being hurt in other ways. So we really had to think about what the rules should be. Ultimately, her solution wasn't that much different than that of parents of straight teens: "If [my daughter identified as heterosexual and] it were a boy, what would I let her do? If she had a boy over, would I let her watch a movie in the TV room with the door closed?
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