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Man Backed for Skipping Sister's Wedding to Go to Gay Club

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Reddit's "Am I The A**hole" forum where it received more than 9,700 upvotes and 1,200 comments. The post can be found here.According to guidelines prepared by Dr.

Caitlin Ryan for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), acceptance from an individual's family can protect LGBTQIA+ individuals from substance abuse and depression.An individual who is openly accepted by their family for their gender expression or sexual orientation often feels higher self-esteem, social support and better overall health, Ryan said.Research has also found that individuals who face family rejection are about 8.4 times more likely to report attempting suicide and 3.4 times more likely to engage in unprotected sex compared to peers who face low levels of rejection.In the post titled "AITA for skipping my homophobic sister's wedding to go to a gay club?" the 23-year-old man said he grew up idolizing his older sister, 29.When the OP was 14 years old, he came out as gay.

He said his sister was always supportive of him but that their relationship changed after she met her now husband in college."He grew up in a very traditional Christian household," the post read. "They met at a frat mixer at Bama (she was in a sorority, he was in a frat)."The OP said that despite his sister always being supportive of him, she has always been "neutral" regarding politics.

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