So I’m happily in a relationship and we have been for a little while. The problem is her family is very homophobic and now it is starting to put strain on our relationship. She doesn’t want to lie to her parents about where she is going and who will be there, I don’t want to put her in that situation but it means that we rarely get to spend time together outside of school. What do you think I should do?
Ask what she wants. But don't hurt yourself in this process. Maybe suggest telling her parents. It'll be a shock, yeah, but parents should love their kids for who they are. I know me saying that doesn't mean they will, but how will you know unless you try? I hope I helped.
If you really want the relationship to go somewhere then you both have to be honest with her parents, even if it differs from their own views. As Lisa said they should love her for who she is. It may take them time to understand it and in some cases they may not understand or accept it. But as long as you are honest with them then you have done the right thing. You and your partner should be happy with who you are and other peoples opinions should not be influencing your relationship. Dont let it.