Would you go to a Gay Pride Festival with Kurt and Blaine as a straight ally? I think that would be awesome; you could hang out with the other PFLAG parents and the boys could feel like part of the community.
Of cause I would, .. if the kids want me too. I’d like to, ya know, hang out with other parents there and talk about their situations! I bet it would be awesome fun. I would do everything to support the boys.
I'm Emma, we've met before once or twice in passing. I'm a guidance advisor at McKinley High. Wonderful, I'll make the preperations and all you'll need to do is show up. Say, around 7ish? Oh, I suppose we can invite Sue, though she'll probably ruin the fun with her negative attitude...
Okay, please stop sending me questions about leather jackets.. or dirty pictures.. I really do NOT know what was going on between my son and his boyfriend. And.. I really don't want to know. Just leave them alone, okay buddys?
Hello Burt, lovely to see you again. Congrats on the election win, I believe you'll do amazingly. Have you done any celebrating yet? We were thinking of throwing a party at our place, but were unsure if you and Carole had plans already for this upcoming Saturday...
Oh hey there, you’re Schuester girlfriend, right? Kurt told me something about you, I bet you’re a really good, uh psychologist.
Thanks a lot. We only celebrated at Breadstix … ya know, Carole and me and the kids. It would be a great idea. Please invite Sue, I’d like to see her furious face.
Sue constantly belittles and bullies everyone around her, including your son and Blaine, calling them names (Hobbit McGay, Porcelain, Lady-face ect.). What would be the point that you actually did something about it? Knowing psychological pain is almost as bad as physical. (She really screwed with Blaine's feelings yesterday, for example.)
I know kid .. but .. ya know, Sue is a stupid bully and Kurt and Blaine aren’t kids anymore. I don’t need to stand up for them everytime Sue makes a comment. I know it can hurt, and I also know that Kurt would come to me if it’s too much for him and Blaine to handle. by the way, I don’t even get the whole Hobbit thing, Blaine’s not that small.
My dad wasn't a huge part of my life until I was 16. My mom was mainly theone who took care of me. My dad and I had a falling out when I was in my Senior year of high school. I'll be 20 soon, and my dad doesn't know when to quit trying to rebuild a bridge that was burned a long time ago. Any fatherly advice as to how to deal with this situation?
Hey there kid. When things aren’t going well in a relationship, ask yourself if you’re really listening to each other. But not just hearing someone but listening… hearing has to do with noise, listening has to do with understanding. You can hear without listening. So, try to speak and listen too each other. I bet your dad is terrible sorry for the time he has missed in your life.
I feel sorry for him. I feel sorry, because he couldn’t see who my son really is. He just bullied him because he’s diffrent. I hope that this Karofsky Kid will act better now. What I heard from Kurt is that he is really sorry and all that talking. Kurt always sees the best in people, but I could never forgive a boy who threatened the life of my kid.
Have you ever surprised Kurt and Blaine making out? Not sex or anything, just kissing or something? If yes: how did they react?
Well, there was that one time I saw them making out on the couch and Blaine hit his head hard on the floor when he saw me. I think he had a panic attack or something, he told me how sorry he was. Kurt was.. well he was a little angry at me but it’s my house, huh?
You remind quite much of my own father, expect he's younger and doesn't talk so much about my personal life with me, like you and Kurt do. Can I take you as my other father, because I really don't like my mom. She always yells at me and has twice hit me. I'm scared at my mom's place and I really wish I had someone like you to talk with.
First of all I want to say thank you. Thank you for taking me on the same step as your dad. Means a lot. Second, talk to your dad about your mom. Sometimes even parents .. act like kids because they have problemes they can’t face themself.
The first time you ever experienced homophobia directed toward Kurt?
The phone call was the first ‘wake up’ moment for me. I knew that Kurt gets much hate. But well, you could even say that the first homophobic comments were at elementary school. Every now and then Kurt ran too me after school and told me how cruel the kids were and that they always made fun of the things he was wearing and the games he wanted to play.
You and your daught- son, are more alike than you know. Both pathetic and miserable. And with a look of constipation that makes you much less appealing to the eye than you already are, and trust me Baboon. You're not appealing.
No one pushes the Hummels around, Not-Congressional President-Sue. You want a war? You’ll get one.