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daviddoesntgetit April 22nd, 2013, 4:56 pm

Someone asked Connor when he realized he was gay.

I'm watching Archer and Archer's mom is exactly Lucille. I look forward to the new season of Arrested Development.

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roxjey April 27th, 2013, 4:26 am

Awww life lessons

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Dumah April 28th, 2013, 3:39 am

Haha, I always felt like there was something missing when I was growing up. All my friends would be like "I have a crush on [some kid's name]!" And they'd ask who I liked and I'd just say the same. I "came out" to my mom recently, that I'm asexual, and it was hilarious (to me) because she said, and I quote, "You're just confused. You should come back to church."

YEAH, and then on to straight camp for me, right?! She said I looked so happy when I dated [some asshole]. I didn't have the heart to tell her that I was only happy to "fit in" with society for once and that it was an experiment to see if I liked sex. Haha, I'll let you guess the answer to that one. Then she told me I'd be lonely, growing old alone, but I don't plan on living that long.

Anyway. I always hate hearing the Christian argument about how "being gay is a choice." If I had a choice, I wouldn't be asexual. I WISH I could form meaningful relationships with people. I told my mom I'm incapable of loving someone and she said "you love your family, you love your friends." THAT'S NOT "ROMANTIC/I WANT TO FUCK YOU" LOVE.

Whatever. Sorry to dump this on you. :x It happened recently and it's still a bit sore. Great comic, too, I love that you guys are honest in front of Connor. Kids are smarter than most people give them credit for. ^_^

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daviddoesntgetit April 30th, 2013, 5:38 pm

@Dumah: Ah, really? I feel like I've had the opposite feeling. I grew up not wishing or feeling the need to love someone etc. because I am asexual.

Why did she send you to straight camp? That sounds crazy.

Hey, it's ok you wanted to rant about it, I would too. That sounds like a pain in the ass to deal with. Haha.

Yeah, I figured kids make their own decisions growing up, I just tell them their options as a kid. Of course I don't do it for all the kids I meet, I figured since Connor's my younger brother, I could impart my own ideals on him, haha.

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Dumah May 3rd, 2013, 7:46 am

Idk, I guess it's kind of a social pressure on top of church pressure. I was raised Mormon, they're all about marriage in the temple and whatnot.

Lol, no, she didn't send me, I was being sarcastic. It was just what I thought when she said I was "confused."

I don't like when parents outright LIE to their kids... Plus, when a kid asks where babies come from, they probably already know and are just testing you... Can't believe people still tell the stork story. Can you imagine if a kid grew into adulthood still believing that? Haha...

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daviddoesntgetit May 4th, 2013, 8:16 pm

@Dumah: Ah, Mormon, huh? I don't know anything about Mormons so I won't say a thing, haha.

But the main reason I stopped caring about the church and shit wasn't lack of faith and what have you, it's just how much they focus on rituals that always seemed meaningless to me.

Uh... Hahaha. I don't know about that example. I can see cases where parents lying to kids is bull but in that case... there's about a billion percent chance that kid won't grow up still believing that. A lie like that is just to put off the explanation and, y'know. Kids will hear it from their own peer groups. Do you know anyone in their 50s that still waits for Santa?

Haha. Parents have their own problems too.