Cheryl went to sit down at a desk until she realized someone was talking to her. She flickered her eyes up and saw that it was another female. A very good looking female at that. Cheryl knew she shouldn't think like that. But at this point, she didn't even care. What her parents are making her go through. To get rid of the gay? It doesn't even work like that. The thought of it made Cheryl's blood boil. She didn't understand why her family couldn't accept her for her. She just wanted her parents to love her for her. But she knew that wouldn't happen. They say they could never imagine letting their daughter be gay. Cheryl remembered the fight like it was yesterday.
"Cheryl Blossom, get your ass down here now!" Her mom screamed when Cheryl ran upstairs and slammed the door. Of course, Cheryl wasn't going to go down there, because then once again, she will yell and get in her mother's face. And of course, her father stood there like a robot, not saying anything. She was sure it was awkward for him. Because he had a choice. To either defend his daughter or defend his wife. Cheryl always thought that her dad would always side with her mom just because he was scared of her. But Cheryl didn't really know. She could only really know because of his actions.
[blue "Honey, don't you think your being hard on her? It is her life after all."] Cheryl could hear her dad attempting to stand up for her, but that got shot down when her mom yelled at him. "DO NOT defend her. I refuse to raise a daughter who thinks that she is a lesbian. Not under my roof she will not be." That was when her mom told her that she will be going to a school that will help her get rid of the gay. [b "Mother. It don't work like that. You just can't get rid of it."]
Now here Cheryl is. Cheryl got out of her head, and thought she better answer the girl or the girl was going to think that she didn't want to talk to her. She smiled at her. Cheryl was kind. That was until you started to talk badly about her. Then there was another whole different side to her. [b "Hello, I'm Cheryl. It's nice to meet you."]
She took the remainder of her school stuff out, and sat down at the desk. She was all ready for class. But Cheryl caught herself doing something she shouldn't be. She kept staring at Chiles. But then would look away, because if she didn't look away. She would get caught. And that was the last thing she wanted. Especially on her first day.