my little sister lives with me and somehow she got me to take in her friend who's parents left her alone. They had been pretty nice(never fighting, always getting homeowrk done, and they never get in trouble) but one night i went to check on them and i went to see my sister first but i saw her friend in the bed with her. they weren't having sex they were just sleeping all cuddled up together. is it ok for me to let them do this?
I had a friend like this since I was 13. She wasn't abandoned, but her dad didn't pay much attention to her. We were best friends and we were very close, probably closer than sisters, but from 13 all the way up until 20 there was never anything sexual about the relationship. We often would sleep over eachothers houses and cuddle like that, but I don't ever remember thinking of her in "that" way, like a lesbian thing or anything like that. I think maybe it's an emotional security thing.
However, personal morals and preferences may have also influenced this outcome. So if you feel that this may be instigating a situation that you have convictions about, then I would say play it safe and let them know you're not comfortable with it.
Maybe. --- I had a niece that would do that with her best friend, (they were 14-15) --- Everyone were like OOH they love each other like sisters. We'll it comes to find out it was more than just sisters. I don't think they ever did anything when people were awake...or maybe even at the house, but now there is posts all over their facebooks pages of them making out, wearing undies, and all kinds of stuff...and they talk about "being together" --- SOOO, I dunno. Honestly...it might seem innocent, but sometimes girls that age just....AREN'T. LOL.
I would just monitor the situation, if you could even call it that. As mentioned before morals and preferences could decide the outcome for any situation but as we all know the early teen years are full of emotions and curiosity and sleeping together/cuddling could very well lead two young unsupervised girls to ‘explore.’