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But many gay advocates suggest that even if parents are accepting, they should never ask point-blank about sexual orientation.
That's what triggered Kristin Russo's announcement that she was bisexual at a Thanksgiving dinner.
Returning to the University of Southern Maine student newspaper story about student professor consensual sexual relationships, the story focused on the experiences of Rebecca, a student, who is in a four year relationship with a professor.Still, parents are often the last to learn the sexual orientation of LGBT children."Parents are the hardest to tell because children are afraid of disappointing them or adding stress to their lives or upsetting expectations," says Jean Hodges, president of PFLAG, a support organization for parents with 400 chapters nationwide.Finding that parents are often confused, the pair authored This Is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids and created an "e-care package" for parents complete with answers to common questions, links to resources, journaling pages and a playlist.Russo, 35, spoke with us from her home in Pasadena, Calif., and offered some advice. Y., made an online video of her own journey to accepting her daughter's life choices.