When I was 12 years old I had a sleepover I will never forget. Me and my friends Alex and Mitchell were all sleeping over at Alex's house. We had all just woken up and Alex's mom had left us a note in the kitchen "hope you all slept well. I'm out for the day and won't be back until about 4PM this afternoon. You can get breakfast and I left money for you to order a pizza on the counter. So we all had breakfast and then we were bored.
My husband used to have sex with his best friend. Why didn’t tell me?
When I was 11, I found out that my dad was gay. Still, I was confused. This was , and there were no healthy representations of gay people in the media, and I had absolutely no idea what having a gay dad would mean for me. Despite the emotional turbulence my dad and I had been through, I counted myself lucky.
The debate about sleepovers is a heated one in the parenting world. Some parents are completely for them , often citing their happiest memories being tied to childhood sleepovers. Other parents are wholly against them , noting that it is an opportunity for far too much illicit behavior to occur and presents child abusers a ripe opportunity.
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