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    I was firced out of the closet and my parents didnt react to well to it they are going to make me do all these things to see the light such as go to church, go on dates with girls(which i dont want to do), or by if the vague warning of "plan B is to have you exprience sex for real" force me to have sex with a prosititue which i really dont want to do since i am still a virgin and would like to lose it to a person of my choosing. I worry that if i stay here any longer i will go crazy from everything but i dont want to leave because schools gonna start soon and i was having high hopes for it and i also have people who need me. I dont really have any feelings towards my mother and father after they told me about plan B all i really need is a shelter or group home placement center that would put me up for a year so i can get emancipated and stay on my own. i also know that i have to be financially stable and Prove that i can survive on my own

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    Gay at 15

    Hi,
    Thanks for your post.
    It certainly sounds like you have been put in a very uncomfortable position.
    It’s unfortunate that you were outed by someone and not by your own choosing.
    We are sorry to hear this happen to you.

    It is your life and you deserved the right to make the choice as to when and who you want to tell what is personal to you.

    Things seem to have really become difficult with your parents.
    You should not be forced to do something you don’t want to do.
    We hope that your parents will ease up and give you some room to breathe.

    It’s admirable that in the mist of your situation you are concentrated on school and people you feel need you.
    Emotionally how are you?
    Having friends or family to lean on for support can be very comforting.
    Do you have anyone supportive around?

    If you do not have anyone you can talk with we would like to give you a referral to the

    GLBT National Hotline: 1-888-843-4564
    Website: www.glbtnationalhelpcenter.org

    They are a peer counseling and referral hotline.

    NRS has a national resource data base so we can assist you with trying to locate shelter or group homes in your area. Give NRS a call for immediate assistance at our 1-800-Runaway (786-2929) 24hr crisis line.

    One of our crisis liners will be ready to listen and help in any way they can with locating services.
    NRS also has crisis email services please contact [email protected] and someone will respond in a reasonable amount of time.

    If you cannot get to a phone but still would like to talk direct with NRS you may use our Live Chat service available on our website at www.1800runaway.org
    Live chat is available on the NRS website from 4:30pm until 11:30pm Standard Central Time

    We appreciate you reaching out to our NRS bulletin board and hope your situation improves.
    Take Care,
    NRS
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    National Runaway Safeline
    [email protected] (Crisis Email)
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