Ok so for a little bit of background I’m a teenaged girl living with her parents. I’ve identified as bisexual with a strong preference for girls for several years now, and am out (or in a glass closet) to almost everyone in my life with the exception of my extended family, who’ll find out if/when I bring home a girlfriend. Everyone in my life has been or will be accepting and I’m not worried about that at all. I’ve been putting off coming out to my parents for years now simply because I was never ready. I don’t think I’ll ever be truly ready to start the conversation about sexuality with my parents, but I want to be out so I came up with the solution of putting up a small bi pride flag on my bookshelf, hoping that my parents would notice and ask about it to remove that barrier of starting it. So I ordered a small flag on amazon (it’s just a cheap stick-flag about half the size of a piece of printer paper) and set it up where it was clearly visible. It’s been there for months now and I know my parents have seen it. I figured they wouldn’t recognize it as the bi pride flag. I knew there was a chance they wouldn’t know it was a pride flag at all. But I though at the very least there’d be a “hey, what’s that flag?” question or something that could lead to a conversation. But a week ago I caught my mom straight-up staring at and then get up and leave the room in silence. I just feel like I’m in the definition of a glass closet. If they would just ask it would all be over but they WON’T. Maybe the flag thing was a bad idea?? Is it not enough??? Either I’m out and they’re just trying to be quiet about it or I have the most oblivious parents ever. Thoughts?