Yes I am bi leaning straight. Girls are the best but can't go wrong with a nice dicking from time to time. :VWell, you're bi leaning straight, aren't you? I wouldn't say you even need to talk about it if that's the case, if you were leaning more towards men then I'd say it is a bit of a topic. But yeah, I can't decide if my dad hates gays or not. My cousin is flamingly gay, and my uncle is in total denial and my dad thinks it's hilarious and he is really glad that he is not in that "poor bastard's" situation. ~ooohhhh~ :V
Wow, that was painful to read...Yes I am bi leaning straight. Girls are the best but can't go wrong with a nice dicking from time to time. :V
This is what I'm doing right now. Then again, you have at least a few friends that wouldn't mind and wouldn't tell.I always thought that maybe I should live my entire life in the closet; I don't tell my friends/family and I live my life as bi. But I can't lie to myself and hide my (future) partner from others. That wouldn't be right at all.
Wow, that was painful to read...
Um, guys? I think I'm ready to come out as bi-sexual. The thing is, I really don't have a clue who to tell, much less know who's safe to tell (I have a LOT of big-mouthed friends). I'm VERY fucking sure that I'm not telling my parents, since they're not gay-friendly people. I have some friends that are understanding, and that they'll still love me, but I have the bravery of a mouse. I can't bear the reaction, knowing what I just said.
I always thought that maybe I should live my entire life in the closet; I don't tell my friends/family and I live my life as bi. But I can't lie to myself and hide my (future) partner from others. That wouldn't be right at all.
What's better for me to do, guys?
Same here. Once I'm older, and have the requirements to live by myself, I will move out immediately. Maybe then I won't feel tension everytime something about my sexuality comes up.This is what I'm doing right now. Then again, you have at least a few friends that wouldn't mind and wouldn't tell.
My parents would either disown me, send me to a mental ward/correctional facility, or, worst of all, lie to themselves that I'm joking for the rest of their lives. They very much despise gays with the burning passion of 1,000 hells, and everyone in my school, especially most of my friends in the school, are very much the same, with the exception of a few who wouldn't mind, but would fuck off and tell the entire school. I'd probably be ostracized and then lynched if I ever came out as bi.
If your area's the same, then you'd be better off keeping it inside and then immediately leaving once you graduate for somewhere a bit better.
I guess you're right about that. But, I've kinda been feeling affection for boys, as well as girls, since I was like 12. I thought it was just a temporary "change", and that I'll be straight in the end, but I still feel the same. I never forced myself into liking boys, it was natural. That's what gives me the reason that I know I'm into my own sex. And three years is a lot of time, and the time was very early, so that's why I feel like I should come out to someone at my age.I'unno, Larry. I think 15 is a bit of an early age to come out at. I'm 16, almost 17, and I have no intention of coming out until I'm at least living away from my family.
It sounds like it would be best to go to your friends who are most understanding (and hopefully not the loud-mouthed ones). Hopefully they can be supportive and listen to anything you need to tell them. Out of curiosity, do you have any siblings or other close family members who be more understanding?
And I know what you mean about bravery. I want to tell my parents first and then my brothers that I'm gay, and I'm pretty sure they'll all be OK with it. But I'm still so afraid to tell them. :/
I'm not re-posting what I did for Larry. Look back since it does have some relevance. Also, yeah, I feel the same way about FAF, sadly.So the problem is this, she and my 2 sisters, and my brother are all homophobic, what do I do? And yes, you really are the only people I can ask about this.
I've gone through the same thing you're going through. Personally, fuck anyone that goes against you for being "different", and don't like that strict parenting shit stop you from naturally feeling what you feel. I think it's okay for you not to tell your parents when they're obviously against homosexuality (that's what I'm doing) Knowing what your sexual orientation is what you're going have to find out on your own. Hope you have fun. :3I am very confused right now. I have a sort of feeling that I might be bi and it is bugging me. Not that I am against people that are bi or gay it is just my parents are very strict on these types of things. And I don't really care about if the person I am dating is a man or a woman (usually perfer women just so my dad doesn't find out, unless the guy is really my type, in which case I will be super sneaky). Just told my best friend and he is cool with it. I am just really confused right now...
Also, I just decided to accept it very recently (kinda). I am a somewhat feminine (spelled wrong) person and still not 100% sure if I am bi or not. And another reason I don't wanna tell my parents is that my mom is a very strict Christian. I am still a christian but less so. And finally, has anyone ever felt that they are not sure if their sexuality and what to do?
I have such a dirty mind.Congratulations, I fist came out to a christian female friend too.
That's what I was worrying about. Losing her as a friend, but I'm glad it didn't happen.Hmmmmm. Somehow I am not surprised. Glad it worked out for you and all. Some people lose friends over it. Tis petty really. I don't care who you love or who you bone just make sure it's healthy for both. (emotionally and physically)
*holds up shield* I'm ready.Congratulations, and I'm glad it went so well.
Also that was a smart move using your cell phone since alot of people were around.
Oh hey I just found out there's, "coming out of the closet" cards.
also inb4 impending shitfest