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Offline Biggums

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« on: October 20, 2006, 08:26:41 PM »
Well, today I was told in no uncertain terms by my dad that while I was welcome at big family Thanksgiving dinner this year, I could not bring the "homosexual lover".    And that under no circumstances ever, ever, ever was I to "expose" him to them.  He also reminded me my Grandma was 86 and I was killing her with asking if he could come also.

I fired an angry email back to him and then decided to call my Grandma.  She informed me that they had all decided not to expose the family to HIV from my bf.  She said that they feared catching it if he sneezed or something or if he would sweat onto a towel or something.  Oh my freaking god.  Is this where most of America is still at in terms of being educated on HIV transmission?

All of this comes too after my sister died of AIDS in 91.  So it is not like this is something that is suddenly thrust upon them. 

I am angry more than anything, because these aren't some hillbillies in the back woods skinning coons at night.  These are decent people who have for the most part loved and supported me most of my life.  Until now.  Now I see the ignorance, hypocrisy and bigotry.  I am sad and angry and pissed as hell.

I have told them all they don't need to worry about me or us coming out ever again.  Perhaps a little dramatic but that's how I feel.

Happy holidays.
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Re: Pissed
« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2006, 08:33:09 PM »
Biggums, I am so sorry to hear of the reaction by your family.  I guess it simply shows how much misunderstanding still exists about HIV.  I'm sorry you have to go through this.  I understand you being hurt and pissed.  And I totally understand your reaction.  I think I would probably react in a similar manner if I were faced with the same thing.  I'll be sending good thoughts your way!
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Offline Teresa

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2006, 09:09:32 PM »
 So sorry your family wont welcome your partner for the holidays. Its a shame.

How were they with your sister? Is it possible that knowing your partner has HIV/Aids would bring back painful memories of losing your sister? Since I don't know your family, it was the first thing that popped into my head when you said your sister died of Aids.

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Offline Jerry71

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #3 on: October 20, 2006, 09:12:37 PM »
It is a damn shame that people think they can get HIV from someone that sneezes on them. Hell I would go and spit on them and give them a big hug. Who needs these kinds of people in there lifes. EDUCATION is all they need time to sit down and have a long talk with them stupid people.

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #4 on: October 20, 2006, 09:22:47 PM »
Stories like this always upset me.   I hate to see families torn apart, especially due to ignorance.  I have been blessed with an educated family, who loves and accepts me the way I am, even back during those 'dark years'.   They never had a problem with me holding my niece, and always included me in everything.
My niece is now a lovely 24 year-old woman, but was only four when I became HIV positive.

I pray that you and your partner find tolerance, acceptance and love.


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Re: Pissed
« Reply #5 on: October 20, 2006, 10:30:29 PM »
Wow man. I'm so sorry they have drawn that line in the sand.
Guess you can't pick your family, huh?
geez louise... but I'm sure the two of you are perfectly capable of having your own lovely holiday. I truly hope you both have a great day, and not be bothered by your ignorant family.
Best wishes. :-*
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Offline Biggums

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #6 on: October 21, 2006, 01:31:42 AM »
Thanks for the support guys.  The drama continued tonight as I confronted one of my aunts about  lack of knowledge concerning this issue and how it was so wrong and discriminatory.  A simple "go to hell" was how she ended it with me.  Nice.

We are actually thinking of going to our family church this Sunday and introducing ourselves to everyone!
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Offline Jeffreyj

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #7 on: October 21, 2006, 03:09:12 AM »
This reminds me of one of my favorite lines I learned in therapy:

 "You can't choose your family, but you can choose the time you spend with them."

I hope it all works out for you.
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Offline poet

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #8 on: October 21, 2006, 05:32:31 AM »
Aren't the holidays... and the period leading up to each and every one of them, fun?  Sadly, whether it's someone/everyone else having an issue over hiv, over a boyfriend, over being gay, over not having Aunt So and So's special jello with mayonaise treat, it all seems to blow up.  I suspect that lot's and lot's of us have to remember that yes, there is that picture perfect holiday and then there is reality on the ground.  When one door closes on one picture, it's a great time to come up with a new one, a picture perfect holiday which you get to choose, you get to choose the food, the guests, the place. Win
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Offline DanielMark

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #9 on: October 21, 2006, 05:54:41 AM »

Sorry you are being treated so unfairly. Sounds like I have the same kinds of relatives you have. Ghaaa. >:(

My motto: You can't pick your relatives, but you can choose your family. Works for me.




Offline Val

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #10 on: October 21, 2006, 06:06:43 AM »
I have given up long ago a huge part of my family just because of everything stated above.  Nowadays, my family is divided into  clans: my clan, which by the way is the largest, trendiest and funniest; my old brother's clan, which is by all means exactly the opposite of mine; and, last but not least 'cause she is mean, my old sister's clan, which is a frantic  financially oriented kind of circle.
It is sad, I know, but I was not the one who wanted things to get to this point.  Besides, I have noticed that for all of us "gays" there is only one option available: "You gotta always excuse yourself for being what and who you are."  We, usually, are the ones who make peace, cede and try to patch things up.  And my decision has been taken a long time ago regarding this humiliating procedure...  I will not bow down anymore for any member of my family, ever!  I did this for years while my parents were still alive so that especially my adored mother would not suffer.  Not anymore!
And it is funny to remark that since I have adopted this hard-line attitude towards some members of the family, they are the ones now coming to me for pardon and trying to revive old ties! However, I feel a bit reticent now and somehow allow myself to doubt their sudden "candid feelings" toward me!

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Offline J.R.E.

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #11 on: October 21, 2006, 06:20:03 AM »
Hello ,

It's sad, that in 2006 and 25 plus years/quarter century, into this epidemic, there are still people that think this way. Big hugs to both of you, and if you ever want to come over for Thanksgiving dinner, We would have ya !!

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Offline aztecan

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #12 on: October 21, 2006, 09:35:16 AM »
I, like Alan, have been very lucky when it comes to family.

Even when I was with my partner, my family was fine with everything. My ex and my dad got along famously, mainly because they were both former jarheads (Semper fi, etc.)

I am very sorry your family has chosen to do this. But, as Val said, you must live your own life. If they don't want to be a part of it, that is their problem.

Were it me, I would plan my own holidays with my partner. You really don't need the stress from the family anyway.


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Offline Life

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #13 on: October 21, 2006, 10:32:24 AM »
Don't write them off just yet.  As they sit around the family table getting ready to cut into that roast turkey,  I think the only thing they will have on their minds is you and your BF..  The ball is on their side of the net now...  Go somewhere else where love abounds...



Offline wellington

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #14 on: October 21, 2006, 03:27:42 PM »
Time to educate those folks of yours. I'm thinking a skywriter over the house to get the neighbourhood talking, but that's just my approach.

As for poor old granny, it boggles my mind that people can be 80 or 90 or however old without at least some exposure to the real world. She knew enough about sex to have kids at least ;) Maybe the parents are in the dark about what granny really knows and feels.

Personally, if my parents - not that they would ever dare - excluded my partner from an event, it would be a gathering from which we'd both be absent, sans regret.

Offline tryingforhope

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #15 on: October 21, 2006, 06:45:38 PM »
I am sorry that you have to go through this. Not the same I realize, but after my divorce I was told by my mother that my fiance was not welcome at Christmas. I brought him anyway but that is what happens when you are Irish and Italian. We just yell at each other and than eat.

Offline Queen Tokelove

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #16 on: October 22, 2006, 01:43:19 AM »
This reminds me of one of my favorite lines I learned in therapy:

 "You can't choose your family, but you can choose the time you spend with them."

That is so true, and due to the grief they have put me through I have chosen not to deal with mine at all.
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Offline cph9680

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #17 on: October 22, 2006, 02:23:48 AM »
That's terrible.  I understand the feeling, I have the same relationship with my relatives...but unfortunately they are the backwood hillbillies that are prolly out skinnin coons.

Still, what sad shape this country is in...Even in the 21st Century people are still ignorant of these issues


Offline poobear

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #18 on: October 22, 2006, 09:36:13 PM »
I am so sorry for your Familys ignorance.  I have had simalar reactions.  I can not kiss my neice.  My father did not want me to use same towels as the family, had to wrap period pad in a plastic bag before throwing into trash.  They have gotten better but it still is not discussed.  Me and my same sex partner have been together for 10 years and recently diclosed to my parents.. They are not happy yet again not disccused just a big elephant in the room.  I think your family is being very unfair to you and that you and your partner should plan a special day on Thanksgiving and enjoy your day.  It is up to them now.  If BF is not welcomed than neither are you is the way I see it.  I wish you and BF the best.  Much Love Rachel

Offline Eldon

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #19 on: October 22, 2006, 09:47:20 PM »
Hey Biggums,

It is unfortunate that your family has displayed such a response to you regarding the holidays. It appears as though your Grandmother is the mediator with the family. You may want to go and sit down with her face-to-face and explain the in's and out's concerning HIV. It would be very helpful for you as well as the family.

Try to explain so that they can gain an understanding.

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Offline Christine

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #20 on: October 23, 2006, 11:14:00 AM »
When I speak of my family, it consists of my biological mother, my husband and the remainder are my best friend's family. Things happened in the past, choices were made, then I chose to be around people who loved and supported me. I made my own family.

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #21 on: October 23, 2006, 02:46:03 PM »
now hold up a sec im still at odds with tha statement   skinnin "coons" i hope u mean racoons ! movin on ...

welcome to tha family my fathers a baptist preacher who wrote me a 2 page letter stating that i probably wouldnt have AIDS had it not been for tha life style i chose im a sinner n deserve it! what kind of christain does that make him? .. things that make ya go hummmmmm well thankfully u have other support systems i got a whole brand new family a all white family LOL people even say i look like my mother me n my mom chukkle at that one shes 5'2 n white n me 5'11 n blk LMAO!

Peace! :)
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Offline Biggums

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #22 on: October 23, 2006, 10:16:33 PM »
Jazi......of course I mean the four footed fellas!  LOL  You are funny.

Thanks everyone for the support.  We have decided to hold our own dinner and invite others from the Island of Misfit Toys.  It will be fun without all the pressure and loathing from the family.  And yeah, this is my new family, you are right.

Peace to you all.
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Re: Pissed
« Reply #23 on: October 23, 2006, 10:35:01 PM »
Judgemental Christians like that have there own special hell, Jazi. Don't fret about it.

Sounds like a great plan, Biggums. May it be the first of many happy celebrations. Bon appetite!

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« Reply #24 on: October 23, 2006, 10:55:35 PM »
:o As you can see, so many people here have faced similar circumstances. I see a lot have confronted or turned away from bigoted Families. I want to address the few comments to your Post that attempt to excuse the inexcusable. :'(

First, many people do not want to learn about transmission, because that would make it harder to treat us like lepers. Knowing "the other" makes differences disappear. The fact that your Sister died of AIDS in 1991 means members of your Family simply don't care to learn.

Second: Let's clear up this "decent" people thing. "Decent" or "nice family" denotes social class. Decent people stand for something and will sacrifice for others. This has no relation to wealth or education. In fact, since you mention "hillbillies" the West Virginians I have known have practiced more solidarity than all the folks with MAs and PHDs I have known put together. And my heroes really were from the "backwoods" you jokingly denigrate. 

RE: The news could kill Grandma...Each situation is different. But in my Family shielding Grandma from knowing about my sexuality was a foil used to protect prejudice in my and my Parent's generations----I didn't challenge that BS in 1978, but I should have! My Grandmother and my Aunts would have accepted me just as I am and was (two lived long enough to do just that).

My Brother was all concerned about me (HIV+) "being in the same home" with my young nieces...That's pretty common hysteria, and alienating for me of course. But wait...My Brother is an MD!  :o  I figure he wants to be an unloving Brother and a poor excuse for a doctor.

Almost three decades after quietly and respectfully "coming out" to my Parents, they have yet to have an in depth conversation with me concerning living through the AIDS epidemic, or show equal appreciation for my male partners  they show for my Siblings' partners in a string of failed marriages. In fact just a year ago my Mother wanted to know (with no evidence whatsoever) whether I had been molested by a male, ie "turned gay." When my last Partner was hospitalized for 10 months, my Parents needed my instructions to send a single "Get Well" card (he could not be visited nor could he speak on the phone). We thought he would die. When he was finally discharged my Mother said "You know, we have been awfully concerned about him." I said nothing.

I try not to be bitter. In fact, I am quite loving towards my Parents and plan my future in a way that may make their final years a little easier. But glossing over this nonsense does none of us any good. So, my advice to you is act consistently in a manner of self-restraint and self-respect. Just don't think this all OK once some of your anger subsides. I think your instincts seem pretty much right on target. Good luck!
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Re: Pissed
« Reply #25 on: October 28, 2006, 03:08:55 PM »
If I were you I'd gather a small collection of HIV education pamphlets and mail them to your parents and/or grandmother with a letter explaining your shock and grief over their ignorance.  If they interacted with your sister before she died point out to them that no one caught HIV from her.  Point out that in over 25 years since HIV reared its ugly head there has not been one case of infection caused by casual contact.  Entire families live with an HIV infected person and not one has contracted HIV from towels, drinking glasses, kleenex, toothbrushes, eating utensils, kisses, hugs, or any mode other than very easily defined risk factors.  If they attend a church/temple/whatever you might, depending on what you know about it, discuss the issue with a religious member whom they trust who might be better informed and might help them see the error of their ways.   

In 2006 it's not only sad to see so much ignorance and fear still stigmatizing the HIV infected, it's unforgivable.  I have zero tolerance for such ignorance and IMHO you're better living without contact with such a family as yours unless they get their act together. 

In the early 80s my ignorant bastard ex-brother-in-law didn't want me around my two nieces because I'm gay.  Luckily for me my sister stood up to him and I visited my nieces anyway, usually when he was at work.   It was no hardship not being in his company since he is a quintessential asshole and unpleasant to be around.  god knows what he would have done had my HIV status been known at the time, but my sister and nieces never acted differently after I told them.  I wish you were so lucky.

Best of luck with this awful situation.


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Offline alberche

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Re: Pissed
« Reply #26 on: October 28, 2006, 04:57:46 PM »
Hiya Biggums!!!

Well, families... Maybe you just wanna try mine, mediterranian type, very representative!!!! Have you seen any of the Fellini's films?

Surrealism, that's the word that defines all this. I have arrived to this conclusion: people is ignorant beacuse they do want to be. No matter what you try to do to educate your family, it is not a problem of lack of education or information, it is a problem of principles, of lack of generosity.

They are inside a cage of ideas and moralisms that prevent them to face their own lifes and choices. They are protected in a group: a social class, a moral class, a religious community, a what-I-am-expected-to-be or to-do kinda of game... that's gives them security, social power, moral confort.

You and your HIV are a problem, a fear, a cathaclism... so they are so scared that they are able to hurt you as much as they can (you are bad, they are good), because they need the protection of their conventionalisms... there's no much you can do about this.

I decided to take my family apart of this. I have enough with trying to keep myself going on. I have some very good friends, and my partner, and I can count with all their support. That's all I need.

Of course this makes me sad  not being possible to share with my parents, to whom I love a lot, such a personal and important issue as having HIV, but that's the way life is. This will be much more painful for me experience their rejection, and, in the end, I think this won't be useful, this won't drive things to any better. They have chosen their ignorance, so what can I do other than protect myself and trying to not too much hurt them?

Anyway, I will be open and receptive to any signal they send to me to talk frankly and with no tricks or nonsenses. That's the best I think I can do for the moment.



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Re: Pissed
« Reply #27 on: October 28, 2006, 05:42:30 PM »
Its tough.  Same thing happened to me but minus the HIV/AIDS issue.  Just for the heck of it...take away the HIV issue and what would they have done?
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Re: Pissed
« Reply #28 on: October 28, 2006, 07:20:01 PM »
I think some people use the HIV thing just for an excuse to avoid being around gay folks.  Many people feel uncomfortable, for whatever reason, being around same sex couples.  Some might be dealing with Freudian Projection or other issues.  Sounds like they might just be looking for an excuse to exclude...

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« Reply #29 on: November 02, 2006, 02:44:54 AM »
Sorry to hear this ...I to is blessed with a loving family ...and something similar to this happened to a friend of mine ..I told him if he wanted ..I would invite a Bunch of us that have AIDS and we would show up for dinner ..with are HIV + t-shirts on ..LOL...let me know if I need to make a road trip ...I know it's hard to do ..but I agree with one of the other responces ..Don't give up on them ..just yet ..and if you do ...you have a much larger family here ..prayers going out to you ....Jim
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Re: Pissed
« Reply #30 on: November 02, 2006, 08:10:56 AM »

It is amazing what we can blame on Jesus, and his camp isn't it?

Just tell them that they should remember that Jesus was incredibly liberal, and wondered around the Middle East with twelve boyfriends, and ate with whores.  Not exactly the "Modern Christian" view of reality is it?

Have a wonderful time with your "Chosen" family.  Usually the one we are birthed with are not worth the effort.

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