Just to warn you all, this is a bit of a confusing situation, so bear with me.
A friend of mine accidentally set up her friend, who I’ll call Kelly, with a ‘guy’ who turned out to actually be a female transsexual. Kelly, who I don’t believe is an actively practicing Christian, found out and had no problem with it, and she continued to ‘date’ the guy. I don’t know Kelly or the ‘guy’ very well, so I didn’t involve myself in the situation. Now my friend (who is Catholic) has come to me saying that she finally has come to see how wrong this relationship is (it’s been going on for several months now), and she’s not sure what to do because she doesn’t want to lose Kelly as a friend.
I’m not sure what to tell her. At first I thought it would be best to advise my friend not to spend time with Kelly and her ‘boyfriend’ when they are together, but then I wasn’t sure if that would accomplish anything. I wasn’t sure if this was a situation where being with them when they’re together expresses approval or not.
I don’t want to give bad advice, so I really want to hear what you all think about the situation. I’m not sure if it’s relevant, but in case it helps to give a better idea of the picture, we’re all college-age (and attending the same college).