You just may have to abide by their rules for the next two years. But once you move out, remember you are on your own then. Will they pay for college for you? Life isn't all that easy. We don't always get what we want as grownups either. The problems are real and we have to face them. College can be fun, but make sure that you watch out for you. You make mistakes, you then have to deal with that. You are your own person then.
Hang in there as long as you can. Know that you are in a safe environment at home. Once you get out in the big bad world, it isn't so easy. So don't rush it. I am sorry that your parents feel the way that they do. You are probably getting pretty and they worry about you. Love your parents right now. They are worried about you.
I don't understand your traditions, but I can see where you are frustrated. Like I said, hang in there, two years goes by fast. Then you will be able to do what you want. You sound like a smart person. I think that you will go far. Keep up the good work. Keep trying.
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