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Old September 7th, 2012, 04:24 AM   #61
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Told a friend of mine yesterday ^^.
We were both drunk as fuck, so I don't really remember all the details. I know there were many hugs and she said she was completely cool and will always support me. And that I'm the last person she thought may be gay. I'm so nervous today and happy and hungover. So don't drink kids.
This was my aim for this summer, telling at least one person. I only had to find the one that would accept me. I was preparing the terrain for the past 2 years, chosing and getting disappointed in nearly everybody around me.
This sounds so selfish, doesn't it? :p
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Old September 7th, 2012, 05:19 AM   #62
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Ok so I'm in English as I start this so I guess a little story is ok hehe ...

Sister ...
I just said something that accidently outed me to my (much older) sister when I was 13 along the lines of saying some boy actor (idk who it was) looked cute in the magazine she was reading. She's pretty quick and casually just asked if there was anyone as cute as him at school. My mouth just rambled on and it was only later I realised I'd been saying 'so and so has a cute bum' and stuff like that.

A few days later when I next saw her (she lives with her boyfriend) she wasn't going to let it drop and asked me right out if I'd seen any cute boys around lately, like teasing. So I just said 'maybe' and she just said cool, and I don't think I've ever said to her 'i'm gay' because its pretty damn obvious lol.

Parents ...
I wanted to tell my parents because I was kind of thinking my sister was going to say something (occidentally let it out). I have a gay uncle (mums bro, who back then I didn't really speak to much which could have helped) and I thought they'd take it ok. For weeks I suppose I sat watching tv wanting to say something, but actually I just ended up saying something when we were out walking (dad is mad on birdwatching). Dad pretended like he wasn't listening so mum did all the talking, and said they'd guess I was because of my bedroom theme (lots of 1D posters and other cuteness, no footballers or girls hehe).
Dad remains a bit of a problem, I may post about this another time but other than the time we had to deal with some school stuff (which mum probably dragged him into anyway) I don't get any support over my sexuality, and get put down a fair bit. Nothing huge, just continuous.

Best friend ...
The hardest one for me was telling my best friend. I've known him all my life, I'm not attracted to him he's a rufty tufty rugby boy. So I was scared he might be stereotypical macho reaction. Eventually I blurted it out (too many times of him trying to get me to make comments about straight porn probably). He was totally fine, got a bit sappy even.

School ...
So I told someone at school with a big mouth and they took care of the rest. Wasn't my plan, but I hadn't said to keep it a secret. I think they used it to get attention for themselves. Had some shit from some people but totally predictable who it was, but everyones known about me for 3 years now and I can just be myself. I did have some issues with one teacher but we got that sorted. I definitely recommend you know what your schools bullying/equality policies are. They should be written down and available to pupils and parents. The issue I had was resolved by me and my parents (who work at the school, so very awkward for them) raising it with the headmaster. What happened was against the schools policies about how everyone should behave to each other (including staff) so I actually got a very sincere apology from the person concerned which meant a lot for my confidence.
I'm also out with my boyfriend now so we draw a few more looks maybe but so far, so good.

Society ...
We've been in town and parks holding hands and cuddling without any huge issues. We were fairly discreet because we hadn't decided whether to be out at school at that point.
Well I better say I did have one bad experience this summer with a guy shouting abuse at me and my boyfriend outside his house (we were holding hands, literally thats all because we were pushing bikes with the other hand). I'll just say we expressed our feelings about him in a suitably immature way a few nights later. Some shops wont sell kids eggs if that's all you are buying, who knew? If I knew some other gay couples I'd love to have a big gay kissing session oustide his house one day lol.

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Old September 10th, 2012, 03:32 PM   #63
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I ve really been thinking about comeing out to some of my freinds at school.

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Old September 14th, 2012, 03:34 PM   #64
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This will actually be a year old for me, but what ever.

From early August of last year, I was just so out of place. I had major feelings for this straight dude I knew... Like I was HEAD over HEELS in love with this guy. So I confided in friends that knew I was bi/gay or whatever and they were like "awwwwwww" or "ewwww he isn't hot at all." But he was and still is PERFECT. Wavy/curly blonde hair, blue eyes, a little tan, about 5'5", sexy country accent, a bit chubby. Perfection.

So I decided to tell this 7th grader that I started to become great friends with, and she was actually friends with him.

Well, on September 21st, before a high school football game, her, him, and their friends went to this restaurant in my town and ate. Well... She told everybody there that I liked guys, that I liked Tripp, that I thought that one of the dudes there had a nice ass, and that I stared at another one there in the locker room (which is false, I never even had gym with them).

So yeah. Then I finally had the balls to write a letter to my dad... I explained and everything. And he woke me up and told me to come outside, where mama was sitting on the steps. He confronted me. Made me feel TERRIBLE.

Next day, he made me go with him on this get in the truck and go type of thing that we do sometimes.

He said, "You broke our hearts."

Later he said he would love me regardless and all that shiz.

Then, I started getting major feelings for this girl named Jill, so I asked her out. It confused my parents, but I just. GOD she was so amazing. And we're still best friends today, so yeah.

Now I don't know what my parents think I am. ._.
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Old September 20th, 2012, 06:30 AM   #65
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I was outed by a half-friend to my entire school. It was messy and upsetting, but worked out well in the end.

I was in the process of coming out to very few friends, and everyone was extremely supportive, until I hear a rumour that someone had been going around telling people that I was gay. I confronted her (the friend) and she denied it, saying it had no substance.

That weekend there was a party, and many attendees kept on asking me if I was alright, if I was fine, and I was confused. Did they know something I didn't? There was no reason for me to be upset. The girl that supposedly told people was at the party, so I again confronted her, telling her that I didn't know if the rumour had any substance, but if it did, she needed to tell me now.
"I wouldn't do that to you" was the response. Well...

She was lying BIG TIME: by the time I had found out that she had told people, news that I was gay had spread through the entire school: my grade (Year 10), through Year 11, through Year 12, and then the teachers found out. I managed to make sure that my parents didn't find out, as I wanted to tell them and a suitable time hadn't arisen. Unfortunately, a week later, Year 9 found out, and then Year 8.

My little sister is in year 8, and I hadn't told any of my family. It was hard, but they took it well when my sister blabbed that afternoon.

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I was outed by a half-friend to my entire school. It was messy and upsetting, but worked out well in the end.

I was in the process of coming out to very few friends, and everyone was extremely supportive, until I hear a rumour that someone had been going around telling people that I was gay. I confronted her (the friend) and she denied it, saying it had no substance.

That weekend there was a party, and many attendees kept on asking me if I was alright, if I was fine, and I was confused. Did they know something I didn't? There was no reason for me to be upset. The girl that supposedly told people was at the party, so I again confronted her, telling her that I didn't know if the rumour had any substance, but if it did, she needed to tell me now.
"I wouldn't do that to you" was the response. Well...

She was lying BIG TIME: by the time I had found out that she had told people, news that I was gay had spread through the entire school: my grade (Year 10), through Year 11, through Year 12, and then the teachers found out. I managed to make sure that my parents didn't find out, as I wanted to tell them and a suitable time hadn't arisen. Unfortunately, a week later, Year 9 found out, and then Year 8.

My little sister is in year 8, and I hadn't told any of my family. It was hard, but they took it well when my sister blabbed that afternoon.
I'm sorry that the process had to happen that way - as I'm sure you would have rather done it on your own and at your own pace - but I'm glad that it all worked out well in the end and that you parents took it well

I'm going to finish coming out soon. I've told about 10 friends - I'm sure (at least) one or two of them have told a few people - both of my parents, one of my brothers and three or four coworkers of mine. I'd like to be totally public before Christmas time... We'll see how it goes

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Old September 28th, 2012, 01:13 AM   #67
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Ok so I'm lesbian I had not come out yet I'm. So flippen scared I told my crush or bff and that's all my parents are vary relges so I'm scared
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Old October 6th, 2012, 12:53 AM   #68
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When i came out it was a disaster never ever tell your brothers and sisters and, Never tell your friends unless you can trust them.because......

1) they will probably tell everyone
2) you make yourself more vulnerable
3) you don't have control of who they tell
4) finally you will have to deal with it the rest of the time you are in school unless you move



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Old October 6th, 2012, 11:24 PM   #69
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when i came out as BI
i told a few people
one person i told was actually a friend of my moms who i became friends with
he has been there for me with all of it
when my mom makes a gay joke he'll look at me to see if i took it offensive and if i did he'll tell her to cool it
but im never telling my mom

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Old October 7th, 2012, 04:03 PM   #70
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August 3, 2012.

I came out to three people in three consecutive nights: first my mother, then my brother and finally my step-father. All three went well but I think they will be the only times I will come out; nobody needs an explanation for me to be myself. When I realised I was gay, I committed to not denying myself personally or to another person. If people work it out, thats fine. If people ask me, that is too, but I'm not going to go out and announce it to the world.

To people that are yet to come out or are still considering whether they want to: the two words that I said, "I'm gay", were the hardest words I've ever had to say, but they were worth it. I really feel like I can be myself now, even around people that I haven't told and it definitely helped to strengthen some of my relationships.

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I came out to three more friends and my boss (kind of an accident, but it worked out well) this week. So now I'm out to most of my closer friends, both of my parents, one of my brothers, my boss and even some people that I'm not extremely close with. I guess there are just one or two more people I should tell before I completely come out - so I think I'll do that soon. I had said that I wanted to do this sometime before Christmas this year - looks like that may be a reality I'd like to tell one of my best guy friends but I'm kind of nervous about doing it. I don't know how he'll react since he's fairly religious and doesn't really talk about his views on homosexuality much; but either way he's somebody that I think should know soon.

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I came out to three more friends and my boss (kind of an accident, but it worked out well) this week. So now I'm out to most of my closer friends, both of my parents, one of my brothers, my boss and even some people that I'm not extremely close with. I guess there are just one or two more people I should tell before I completely come out - so I think I'll do that soon. I had said that I wanted to do this sometime before Christmas this year - looks like that may be a reality I'd like to tell one of my best guy friends but I'm kind of nervous about doing it. I don't know how he'll react since he's fairly religious and doesn't really talk about his views on homosexuality much; but either way he's somebody that I think should know soon.
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-Update on my shiz-

I am officially out as gay to everyone at my school, and my parents. I have only gotten one rude comment from someone from school, but this one girl still flirts with me. I guess I'm irresistible ;D

Everything's been going great. I haven't lost any friends. However, the guy that I used to like has become more of a hazard to me, since everyone knows he was my first guy crush. But everything's great. c:
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I am officially out as gay to everyone at my school, and my parents. I have only gotten one rude comment from someone from school, but this one girl still flirts with me. I guess I'm irresistible ;D

Everything's been going great. I haven't lost any friends. However, the guy that I used to like has become more of a hazard to me, since everyone knows he was my first guy crush. But everything's great. c:
I'm really happy for you That is so great to hear. I hope everything continues to go well for you!

I'll be coming out to my whole school and the rest of my family very soon. I came out to two of my best guy friends last night and it went very well with both of them, very supportive. As of now I am out to 12 of my friends, my boss, one of my three brothers and both of my parents.

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I told three people in Jr. High, and everyone else (starting with about 4 more) about three weeks ago.

Parents, though, not yet. Im trying not to tell them yet, I know my grandma would have even more issues with me, my dad might change his attitude towards me slightly.


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When I graduated 8th grade all of my whole class (13 of us ) thought I was straight ,and we used to joke around (the 7 guys) and say to one another "guess what , I'm a homophobe" and every time they did I hated my self more and more. I tried dropping hints but, Since we went to the same school for nine years (at that time) that they thought I was straight ,and I was the OG of my Theology class ( and still am)& we were in a Catholic School. After graduation my friend Sara had a movie party at her house, and I'm like " I'm going to tell some of them" ( a guy named Logan I liked) but I only ended up telling 3 people. I told two more over text and I finally mustered up the strength to tell my best friend, Grant, and he was very inquisitory and ended saying " that took a lot of guys to tell me" and than he wouldn't talk to me for a month. It was a month on my birthday. I was so upset I drank myself into lower depression. I can only get three small-phrase texts out if him before he stops replying. And what makes it horrible is that his brother is my Confirmation Sponsor. As of now only 9 of the people my old class know. It is so sad that kids in my high school are much more accepting than my old class. Just do you know , suicide is not the answer. I just wish I could either not be bi or just not told have anybody . No matter what if any of them need ANYTHING I will always be there for them .
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I first thought I was bisexual and I told my family when I was in the hospital after a suicide attempt. I then later realised I was infact a lesbian and I came out to all my friends and people I knew on Facebook but I hid it from my family. Everyone was fine with it so that was good I suppose but I think my family still think I'm bisexual and I think they're glad that if I'm bisexual at least I could still be with a guy so I don't think they'd be too happy if I told them the truth. Like they'd probably accept me and be like 'Oh, that's fine' but I just know I'd see a look of dissapointment in their eyes and I just can't do that. I dissapoint everyone i ever meet. I guess me being a lesbian is a huge part as to why I'm suicidal...

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I first thought I was gay, after debating bisexual, about a month before I turned 16, which was about 9 months ago. Then after a couple more months I decided to just go with the flow and not name it. Bottom line: girls plz

Anyway, first person I told was my best friend, who lives on the other side of the world, so it was online and easy, I don't even remember how I told her tbh. I probably should. I don't know how much time was in between, but I told a bisexual friend next. Also online, I rarely saw him in person. Both were cool.

The next person I told was someone who I saw everyday, so it was a step-up. I tried to tell her subtly through text, and she didn't understand. It started with "I'm an "Ellen DeGeneres", and ended with "I'M A FLAMING HOMO". The next day when we were alone, I brought it up because she didn't. I had to say it out loud, so I did, but it was harder and easier than I thought it would be. "I'm an Ellen DeGeneres". I think that was good for the first time saying it. She was cool with it.

Next was just this kid I sort of knew who was trying his hardest to be an LGBT ally, but since he went to a catholic school, he knew barely no LGBT kids, probably because they were all in the closet. One night he just posted "Like if you're a part of the LGBT community", so I just did. I don't really know why.

Next was a friend who I told his straight to his face, and he was like "Oh, I know". I was like ".. wait what", "I saw it on Tumblr once and I was like 'oh, you're gay, okay', keeps scrolling". He was cool with it, but I was kind of hurt that he didn't seem to care. At the time, he was like my closest bud. I'm pretty sure his sister knows as well because she followed me at the time too. Oops. Oh well.

With a few months in between, I told two more friends. I was going to tell them separately in person, but one overheard when I was telling the other. At first, the girl I actually told just laughed and didn't believe me because my whole social group and I had an inside joke pretending I was a lesbian, I don't even know how. It started when I thought I was straight. Both of those friends were cool, they told me they weren't actually surprised, haha.

That's it for now. 7 people. No family, although the only person I think I would have a problem with is my step-dad, but I honestly don't like him and his opinion doesn't matter to me. If he doesn't like it, it will be his problem then.

*edit* Oh, and my Health teacher. I'm doing a project on an LGBT issue, and when I showed him the question, I asked him not to read it out loud. He waited for everyone to leave before we talked about it. One of the options was to interview someone, and he told me he knew two females in a relationship who he could get to talk to me if I wanted. I think he just connected the dots, and he was cool. It made me feel good because I could have just come out to a homophobe, like my homegroup teacher who thinks homosexuality is a disease.

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Haha. Very amusingly written and I'm sure your example will help a lot of people

As for your home ec teacher - the UK and US professional bodies of psychology say it is not a disease or aberration. I'd check your facts on Aus and if she says anything either just politely "point out" that the experts disagree, or take it to a senior member of staff. I had something similar here in the UK but I did get an apology out of the teacher after my parents took it up with the head. Whatever you do, good luck with that and



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