Posted on Thursday, February 19, 2009
When my son came home from school today, he was telling me about his day. He said one of the guys was telling this story at lunch time how a “bunch” of scientists did this study and found that if a guy doesn’t have a girlfriend by the time he is in 9th grade, then it will lead him to being gay.
I sat there and burst out laughing on top of that rolled my eyes and replied to my son, don’t believe what a kid will tell you. Rumors like this run through school all the time and you will hear many different things.
I also reminded him if he had any concerns or questions to please ask me or his dad and we will give it to him straight!
Amazing what our children see and hear in school. Yes the teen years have definitely arrived.
Just had to share.
Well, my husband didn’t even start dating until he was 19, and I was the girl. We married 8 months later and have been married for almost 33 years. So there goes that theory. Unless...naw!
"Treat others as if they are who they ought to be and you help them to become who they are capable of becoming." Goethe
Don’t know about boys...but I never had a “boyfriend” in high school and I am definitely NOT GAY!!
Are you kidding me? This is crazy!
Kids have so much to deal with these days.
Oh no, I married to a Gay!No wonder my sex life is down the drain!
OMG China..... what have you done????
Gee, I guess I married two gay guys in a row then!
I’d laugh but it’s sad sometimes the stuff kids get told by their peers.
I was asked “Your husband is a hairdresser - is he gay?”
Like Jennie, I did not have a boyfriend in high school and gay, I am not.
What a load of crap
Jacquie.....I believe late bloomers produce the most beautiful flowers.... my story and I’m sticking to it!!
Jennie..LOL I am with you on that...I am sticking right alongside you...haha
WhatEVER!That’s nonsense. pffft! lol!
babyG.....WT.... Love Ur Comment!!
OH MY GOD.......I JUST READ ALL OF THOSE POSTS TOO!!!
AGAIN...DO any of you know what you‘re saying?????
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