When I came out my parents forbid me to see my girlfriend. She’s 18 and I’m 15 so technically it’s illegal. They are trying to make me someone I’m not and it’s suffocating me.
When I came out, I had told my friends I was bisexual. Word spread that I was a lesbian instead of bi. Then a few months later I was bullied by lesbians. My mom still doesn’t know i’m bi.
When I came out as pansexual my mom said, “I’m more surprised you are not asexual considering how much you dislike everyone. You aren’t going to cut your hair, right?”
When I came out to my mom I had been considering it for a couple minutes when my best friend texted me. I came out to her knowing she would be accepting. She convinced me to come out to my mom, who was also accepting.
When I came out it was because I had to. My best friend took my phone and went to my Instagram that no one knew I had. He started asking questions about what I posted so I told him and all my friends that we were hanging out with that I am a lesbian. They all reacted really well, even the guy that likes me, and we are all still best friends. I have yet to come out to my family because I’m afraid they will not be as accepting as my friends.
When I came out I was as nervous as I never had been in my life before. But when I finally said the three words “I am gay” to my best friend, it was the best overwhelming feeling in the world. Later I came out to some more friends and to my parents. Simply everybody is supportive and tolerant. I’m so fortune that I have so accepting loving people in my life.
When I came out, it was to my brother. I told him I was bi, and I shared it with this site. Now I realize I’m gay, and I have to tell him again. Wish me luck!
When I came out to my friends, everyone acted like there was nothing. To today they aren’t saying anything bad about it and that makes me so happy ♥
When I came out to my friends I was drunk and started talking about this girl I was in love with without realising what I was saying. They weren’t surprised and it has never been a big deal in our friendship group.