Hi, everyone! I was wondering about something for all you bisexual people- how do you get your parents to realize you being bisexual isn't a phase? I came out to my foster parents as a female/lesbian when I met them, but now, after 2 years, I've recently come out to them as a trans guy. So now they think I'm straight, since I like girls. But there's this guy at my school who I really like, and I've recently discovered I am bisexual. They figured it out and assumed that I was gay. I can't figure out how to tell them I'm bi because every time I try, they just tell me labels are meaningless. They think it's some social pressure thing and that I can love who I want- but what I want is them to realize that I'm bi, if that makes sense?
On another topic, the guy I like is 17 and I'm 15. He flirts with me constantly and we both want to be in a relationship, but we're concerned about the legality of it. Do y'all have any advice?