Arlo Parks On Coming Out To Family: "I Knew No Matter What, I Would Always Be Loved & Accepted"
Arlo Parks Was Sure Her Family Would Love & Accept Her On Coming Out Of The Closet (PC: Getty Images)

Singer-songwriter Arlo Parks said she was always sure her family would love and accept her when she told them she was bisexual at the age of 17.

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“I am kinda lucky because I’ve always been comfortable and I grew up in a place, in terms of my family, where I was very much approached with love. I knew no matter what, I would always be loved and accepted. For most people, that’s not how it goes,” Parks said in an interview with the Metro newspaper’s Guilty Pleasures column, according to a report in contactmusic.com.

Arlo Parks added everything went off well.

“It felt very kind of natural. Of course, it’s always a bit nerve-wracking but I felt I was coming into myself. My parents and friends were all very accepting. It didn’t even feel like a massive explosive moment. Everyone was like, ‘okay’, which I am really grateful for,” she said.

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