RHOA: Cynthia Bailey's Daughter Noelle Robinson Comes Out As Sexually Fluid
Cynthia Bailey is getting praise for the way she handled her daughter's Noelle Robsinson's public coming out as sexually fluid. Noelle explained to her mother that she is bisexual and "likes who she likes." Cynthia showed the world how much she loves her daughter and accepts her for who she is, regardless of who she loves.
Cynthia Bailey stated the following to her daughter while they spent time together, "You didn't meet anyone during your college experience? When I helped you move in, I saw a lot of cute guys."
Noelle responded to her mother and explained her sexuality just as naturally as if she were talking about shopping for a new outfit.
"I definitely ended up meeting a couple of girls that I thought were cool in a romantic aspect."
Cynthia then responded to Noelle .
"So you like guys and girls? People like to try and box everybody in and put labels everything, but I don't really do that... there's a lot of attractive guys and there's a lot of attractive girls. It really just came out of nowhere a little bit. I just wasn't really expecting that to happen."
You may watch a video of how it all went down in the player below.
What do you think about the way Cynthia Bailey handled her daughter's admission? Were you surprised at how the conversation played out and Cynthia's response? More people are understanding how important it is to accept children and teens when they open up about their sexuality, especially if they identify as part of the LGBTQ community.
Cynthia handled things the correct way and let Noelle know that she not only loves and accepts her for who she is, but she kept the lines of communication open with her daughter as well.
It's important for children to feel they can speak openly with their parents without being judged, criticized, or ostracized.
You may see a report from Radar Online about Noelle's admission to Cynthia Bailey below.
Do you think Cynthia Bailey handled the situation correctly?
Were you surprised by how comfortable Noelle was in speaking to her mother about her sexuality and identifying as sexually fluid?