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Old July 3rd, 2012, 09:45 AM   #41
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I'm going to try coming out tonight to my mom tonight. Wish me luck....I'm going to need it.

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Old July 3rd, 2012, 10:57 AM   #42
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Old July 12th, 2012, 02:07 PM   #44
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I just came out today to my mom! Just for some background, we are on holidays right now, so I thought I would tell her when she would be more relaxed here rather than being stressed at work back at home. She was always positive towards gay and lesbian people, and she has a gay friend, so I wasn't worried about getting kicked out or anything.
I was on the balcony talking to my mom, with a voice in the back of my head saying " Tell her." When my heart was beating as fast as it would go I just Blurted out "Mom, I'm Gay!" she responded by saying "So I'm not having any grand kids?" and then went on to say that it was probably a phase, which it isn't and then jokingly said "So, who do you fancy?". She was nice about it, but I think she's gotta go through the five stages, and she started in denial. My dad is a different story, he's very traditional and he's sorta religious, not extremely religious though. I don't think I will be able to tell him for a while, we have a close relationship but he's neither for nor against homosexuality really :/
Just gotta say that before I decided to make an account and join this awesome community the threads and posts really helped me to accept and understand myself and gave me strength to tell my mom!
I wont be telling my school at all because the people in my school are very homophobic, and honestly, I wouldn't gain anything from telling them, unless I had a boyfriend

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Old July 13th, 2012, 12:07 AM   #45
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Told my mum tonight. I really suck at coming out because I told her right after knowing about her affair .
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thank you sweetie for telling me....I had a feeling about it, but i am glad you told me....i love you all the same you know that.

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Told my mum tonight. I really suck at coming out because I told her right after knowing about her affair .
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thank you sweetie for telling me....I had a feeling about it, but i am glad you told me....i love you all the same you know that.

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Old August 2nd, 2012, 08:52 PM   #47
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I came out to my best friend tonight. I was completely terrified and nervous all day, mostly because he is a strong Christian and the last person who I tried to come out to refuses to speak to me anymore, and my mother has shoved me back into the closet before. But, I came out to my best friend tonight. He said he is completely fine with it and he completely supports me and thinks no differently of me and he said that he still loves me the same. Then he hugged me and said he loved me. So, overall, I'm fairly relieved and overjoyed


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Old August 3rd, 2012, 05:43 PM   #48
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I came out to my best friend tonight. I was completely terrified and nervous all day, mostly because he is a strong Christian and the last person who I tried to come out to refuses to speak to me anymore, and my mother has shoved me back into the closet before. But, I came out to my best friend tonight. He said he is completely fine with it and he completely supports me and thinks no differently of me and he said that he still loves me the same. Then he hugged me and said he loved me. So, overall, I'm fairly relieved and overjoyed
D'aw, Clint. That made me smile Really good job on doing that! It takes a lot of courage to come out to a friend, and I believe it's more difficult to come out to guy friends than it is to girls (from my personal experience that is at least). Proud of you and congratulations.

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I came out 2 my family, they just said 'whatever' & that was the end of that. They said it's ur decision, & we don't really care who you like.

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Old August 8th, 2012, 02:59 PM   #50
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I have been out as Bi to my whole school for a year now, and my mom read my txts online and saw me telling one of my friends that I was Bi..... Well she dosent care I know my grandparents an uncles and aunts will shun me.... Only problem and main reason I don't tell them is that my mom and I live with my grandparents (who don't stop to think of what they will say and flat out say it, an they a re massive homo phobos) so please can some one try to help me? I have a kik its sj3646 plz msage me....
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Old August 13th, 2012, 11:39 PM   #51
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Ok so my coming out story is almost in three parts. Those are the three main times that I have ever told anybody that I am gay. The first time was via text message to a good friend of mine who I told after she left for college. It was not the best way to do it...at all...we're still cool but we don't talk much anymore. I'm gonna chalk that up to the fact that we go to different schools, not that I came out.

After telling her this, I went through my entire junior and senior years of high school without telling anybody this. I had a few people ask me during my senior year if I was gay but I denied it. While inside I knew that I was, I was not yet ready to accept it so I played straight (a decision that I really regret today).

Past that then was the summer after my senior year of high school. I was in a musical with a community theater and I had a really good relationship with this girl from the show that was our classic showmance. After the show though, things really broke off (another cast mate broke us up) but it was really interesting because I thought I should more upset about it then I was but I sort of shrugged it off and moved on. That is what made me come out to the group of friends that I had made from the musical. All of that went well and I was feeling very good about it...then I went to college.

Now college, in a lot of places can be a very open place about sexuality because a lot of times, college students tend to be more liberal than conservative. However, it doesn't matter how liberal the campus is...I still found it very hard to accept that I was gay. I nearly told a friend of mine in the marching band with me one evening after going out clubbing but I just couldn't do it, the time wasn't right. I continued through my freshman year of college completely in the closet. Nobody at my school had any clue that I was gay or even liked men at all. I had even thought I had found that special girl in a girl that I met at college. We had gone on a couple dates and found that things worked well and we really liked each other. She even drove three hours to see me in the musical that summer....whoops.

On we move to my sophomore year, where life continued on for me. I became an Resident Advisor, changed my major, lived life a little differently but still leading a straight man's life. Somewhere between the start and end of the first semester, I realized that before I could where I wanted to in life, I had to accept who I was as a gay man. However, time moved on through the first semester and I hadn't progressed anywhere in coming out. I had found a couple people who I had wanted to tell but I just couldn't do it.

Anybody who has come out will likely say that they were waiting for the right moment and that it had all happened so fast. Well, that's definitely what happened with me. I sat on the Exec Board for my fraternity my Sophomore year. At exec meetings I would always have my computer with me. Well, one day, I hadn't closed out of the gay porn I had been watching earlier before the other guys on exec saw it while I was away. Now this probably would have devastated me had I known at the time that that had happened. Thankfully, my brothers handled the best way they could have, they acted like nothing had happened.

Time moved on and it was a month and a half before I caught any wind of what the guys had seen. Unfortunately, I found out about it from a couple of brothers who had found out about it from another brother telling them about it. This is what irked me about it. It was my own damn fault it got out in the first place, but that doesn't make it ok to go telling everybody and their mother. But anyway, that evening, the conversation between the three of us (All gay btw) went around until they wound up asking about my sexuality (me not knowing that they both knew). I said yes, I would mess around with a guy (A true accomplishment that I could finally admit it aloud). From there, they told me about how they sort of knew before they asked.

Emotionally, I was a funky place for a little while. I had finally come out, without hesitation, to somebody and it felt great. But I was mad for how my secret got out by people gossiping away other's lives. Then again, I was relieved because simply getting the word out there was what I was terrible at so I would probably still be in the closet had none of it happened.

I progressed through the semester and only really addressed it with the people who already knew or those people I felt comfortable with telling (mainly the 4-5 other gay men in my fraternity.) This got me to a good place. I was able to get help for the coming out process from some of my closest friends and I was able to get closure from the guys who had, essentially outed me.

Slowly but surely I was able to get so comfortable that know I really don't care who at college knows because that who I am. However, when I am home, that is a completely different story.

I do not know when I will be able to tell my parents. I planned on doing it this summer but as I sit here typing this on my last night home before returning to school, I don't think that will happen. It is not that I am afraid of them accepting me because I know they will. I have a family full of fruitflies (If you aren't familiar with the term that a straight person who hangs around gay people a lot). However, I just like the way things are at home right now and I don't want to mess with that. I am sure they will sooner or later, I'm essentially just waiting for the right moment.

Sorry that this is so long but I have enjoyed reminiscing and writing this. But anyway, I just want to leave with some closing thoughts. If you out in any regards, even if it just on here, congrats. So much of the battle is that first you write or say "I'm Gay", even if nobody is listening. I wish I could say it gets easier as you go, but I can't promise that. What I will say is if you go into any venture with coming out with an open mind willing to roll with the flow, it will be easier than trying to control every action and reaction. A lot of people are always waiting for the "Right Moment" which, believe me, do exist. Just know that that "Right Moment" will not be created by you and you will not see it coming. It will happen, you will come out to somebody and it will be over, leaving you almost begging for more as if you only saw the previews at the movie theater. However, if you stick with it and build a good support system of allies there will be nowhere but up.

Thanks if you read this far, it means a lot. If you ever have more questions about specific things or assistance in your life, feel free to throw me a line. I can't say I've been through it all (Yes, still a virgin) but I have been through quite a bit in this past eight months that I can hopefully answer any question you have. Or even if you are just looking for a chat, I'll talk.

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Old August 18th, 2012, 01:10 AM   #52
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Congratulations to you, Eric.



Now, here am I. I came out to my friend tonight after she came out to me. I know it isn't much of a story.


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Old August 18th, 2012, 12:26 PM   #53
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Ok so a slight update for me... I'm right now trying to have my mom tell my grandma, just because if I do it then my grandma will be pissed off, causing me to also get pissed off then causing my to run to my friends house ughhh I hate this...
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Congratulations on having the courage to come out to your best friend. I'm so pleased that he took it aswell as he did which must have been a bit relieving for you to tell him that. So well done . Also sorry that your mother seemed to not want to believe what you told her.

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D'aw, Clint. That made me smile Really good job on doing that! It takes a lot of courage to come out to a friend, and I believe it's more difficult to come out to guy friends than it is to girls (from my personal experience that is at least). Proud of you and congratulations.
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like i said, i never have cool coming out stories. But I came out to two people ,that makes 5 people.
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Well, I came out to two friends this summer. I absolutely suck at words and knew I would embarrass myself if I tried to talk to them, so I tried to get stupid/creative.
I invited my first friend over to my house when my family was gone. This one was simple. I just simply drew a little flip-book of stick figures of my life with the last picture saying "I'm gay" in glitter above two stick figures having stick-sex. <.< We talked afterwards, but the stick figures lightened the mood so it was easier to get my thoughts together.
The second one was much scarier as I was coming out to a boy and was terrified of how he would react. Again, I suck with words, so I tried to get "creative". My closet is still pink from when my mother was living in this room, so I played off that. I wore a pink shirt (stereotypes, yo), covered the closet walls with pictures of dudes and Cher, and put a radio on the floor with my favorite gay songs. So, we had a few drinks and I invited him to my room. I told him to close his eyes, changed into my pink shirt, and literally came out of the closet with Cher blasting in the background. <.< Again, it lightened the mood so the conversation afterwards was much easier. Being slightly drunk may have helped too, but...He was fine with it though.
So there's my two OTT coming out stories. I suppose just sitting them down to talk would be easier, but I think making them laugh relaxes us all a bit. My friends were fine with it so that is a huge relief, but I'm out of ideas on how to come out so the next person I tell will have to be a straight up conversation. That's terrifying to me.


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Mine is pretty easy to follow (bear in mind I go to an all girls school and sixth form);

I didnt come out, I fell out on my face with someone else outing me. That was year 8-9 rumours started and at that time I was just like "yeah whatever, dicks." it later turned out the girl who outed me only did it because she was gay and scared. I then came out properly to Facebook on national coming out day like 3 years ago, it got a load of likes and comments that were supportive, some weren't shocked and I got the "omg you're gay?" comments.

After that the whole school practically knew and those that didn't asked and I'd just tell it straight up (no pun intended). In year 10/11 english we had to do a biography so I chose to write about being gay, ended up getting an A* for it which was weird because my teacher wasn't sure the exam board would accept it as coursework. So that's how most of the teachers found out. Then it was year 11 leaving week and we had our shirts signed and what not and all over mine was " I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE MY ONLY GAY FRIEND" and many other things like that. So my teacher was going to sign my shirt and he saw that and went "why does you shirt have gay all over it?" and the whole class synchronously said "BECAUSE SHE IS GAY" to which he laughed and gave me a hug. My re teacher just ignored it and went "I already knew" in the corridor after lesson. So that's how teachers took it. They're great.

Parents was the hard one, so I did what I do best. That's writing letters. It was 22nd December 2011 and I wrote this letter to my mum and dad which was a very emotional thing for me to do and I was crying as I wrote it. Mainly because I'm Irish and so my family are strict Catholics. I wrote in it how I didn't want to disappoint anyone and that I was so sorry for ruining their whole family plan. I folded it after I finished writing it and left it downstairs next to the computer where I knew dad would read it (my brother did sneaky like). When dad came home from work, it was like 4am and I knew he read it. The next day nothing was said, then on Christmas Eve he went to me "I read your letter by the way" at this point I was shitting myself. He continued with "you're my daughter okay, no matter what you do and what your choices are in life, I will always support you. If you're happy then I'm happy, that's all that matters. You'll always be my little girl and I'll still walk you down the aisle". I was literally drowning in my own tears I was so emotional.

So now everyone that's important to me knows and it's not a big deal, I'm the only lesbian in my year and everyone still loves me. It was hard at the start but everyone was young, now it's great and I can't believe how free I became.
I litteraly cried reading this especially the teacher part. I legittimatly JUST came out to my bestfriend like 5 minutes ago...no reply yet (she the only one who doesnt know yet xD)

Just yesterday i was reading all these posts about coming out and i though wow, how much amazing people there are here. Although i had already came out to all my friends at school there was one person who i didn't tell who deserved to know.

My best friend, alicia, was actually online at facebook at the time and so without 2nd thoughts i started my message to her like this

"i honestly have mutant butterflies in my stomach right now but you're my best friend and you deserve to know."

And so i wrote about 6-10 paragraphs on my iPod telling her that shes so special to me and i was really scared that if i told her it might ruin our relationship. But a few minutes late this is EXACTLY, quote on quote, what she sent back.

"aww Haley, i don't care! Even i you were attracted to aliens i wouldn't care! You're my best friend and nothing you can say or do will change that, unless you kill someone....that would just be horrible, anyhoo.... I know this was really hard for you to tell me and i have to thank you for doing so. You will always be my best buddy!"

I was crying! I was so happy that my best friend was so supportive! I have very little doubts she wouldnt be but i was still scared.

And i thank you guys for giving me the idea to start off along the lines of "you're my best friend and you deserve to know this" that helped me so much and i came to realise that the hardest thing when telling a person your gay, lesbian, bi etc. Is how to start it off.

Again thank you guys. Now for my parents :/ but ill wait to see if they change their feeling toward gays .

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I litteraly cried reading this especially the teacher part. I legittimatly JUST came out to my bestfriend like 5 minutes ago...no reply yet (she the only one who doesnt know yet xD)

Just yesterday i was reading all these posts about coming out and i though wow, how much amazing people there are here. Although i had already came out to all my friends at school there was one person who i didn't tell who deserved to know.

My best friend, alicia, was actually online at facebook at the time and so without 2nd thoughts i started my message to her like this

"i honestly have mutant butterflies in my stomach right now but you're my best friend and you deserve to know."

And so i wrote about 6-10 paragraphs on my iPod telling her that shes so special to me and i was really scared that if i told her it might ruin our relationship. But a few minutes late this is EXACTLY, quote on quote, what she sent back.

"aww Haley, i don't care! Even i you were attracted to aliens i wouldn't care! You're my best friend and nothing you can say or do will change that, unless you kill someone....that would just be horrible, anyhoo.... I know this was really hard for you to tell me and i have to thank you for doing so. You will always be my best buddy!"

I was crying! I was so happy that my best friend was so supportive! I have very little doubts she wouldnt be but i was still scared.

And i thank you guys for giving me the idea to start off along the lines of "you're my best friend and you deserve to know this" that helped me so much and i came to realise that the hardest thing when telling a person your gay, lesbian, bi etc. Is how to start it off.

Again thank you guys. Now for my parents :/ but ill wait to see if they change their feeling toward gays .

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Great job! It certainly is not an easy thing to do and it takes a lot of courage and self acceptance to get to that point - you are very brave to actually go through with telling her. You don't need to rush into telling your parents; but if you feel like you are ready, then by all means I wish you the best of luck with coming out to them.

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Thank you

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