My daughter, A, who is heterosexual, went to a gay/lesbian event last Saturday with her best friend, B, who is lesbian. B recently broke up with her partner. The partner has been jealous of the relationship between my daughter and B since they first met. She always introduces my daughter as "A, she's straight." She appeared to go out of her way introducing A to as many people as she could at this event Saturday. My daughter is very upset.
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