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Hi, my 13 year old daughter has a best friend who lives over a day's drive away. She met her online like she has met many other kids. Sort of like a modern day pen pal. Anyway, the friend is saying she dates girls, or will say she is "dating" a particular girl, which means they are in a "relationship" by just saying it's so. My daughter and this girl are very good friends, they always talk on the phone, and all that snap chat, etc. They really care for each other and I like the relationship they have because I like my daughter to have someone she can talk to who cares about her and so on. Besides me. I wish it was me, but you know 13 year olds don't really like to tell their mom's everything. Now, my daughter is definitely not homosexual. The way she lights up when she talks about a few particular boys it's obvious, but lately she has told me she has told me she's in love with the best friend. I really think she loves this girl, because they really connected, but I ask think thry are too young to know if it's love or just the acceptance... I figure in time, when school starts back up, it will blow over, but I recently found some letters and art w work between the 2 of them that was a little to risquae in regards ***** ***** lesbians, etc. I love my daughter no matter what her sexual orientation is and I mean that wholeheartedly, I just don't know how to curb this focus on sex and lesbianism, for now, until they're older. I'm afraid she could do or say something with her other friends that she could regret later. She's very vocal about pro homosexuality. I think they both are "fancying" themselves as gay... maybe because of all of the media attention lately.... I need some advice!!! Asap!