Since my first day at Girl Scouts I knew I was gay. I happened to see the most beautiful girl and my first thought was that I’d marry her someday. Well fast forward a few years, add in some growing up, experimenting with boys I finally realize what little me had already figured out. Once I accepted that this different part of me was okay and that being gay was more than okay I embraced it.
The following is how I came out to my friends and extended family on Facebook in 2013:”After watching the documentaries “After watching the documentaries Fish Out of Water, by Ky Dickens, and Wish Me Away, by Chely Wright, I now realize that it is time to introduce all of my family and friends to my… Read more »Posted by Andrea
When I was 10 I knew I was different, but I didn’t know what that meant. Some of the neighborhood boys would call me a faggot, but I didn’t even understand words like gay, straight, bisexual, transgender, or queer. I didn’t even know they existed. My Aunt Nora is an amazing woman and when she… Read more »Posted by Ricardo Sebastian
I am a 21-year-old woman that has been attracted to females ever since I was 12 years old. I have been gay my whole life but I figured it out around that age and just assumed that I was bisexual. I didn’t want to be different than the other kids in school and I was… Read more »Posted by Alexandra
It’s easier for me to tell you in a video. Synopsis: Angie tells her story about exploring her sexuality, meeting new women, and eventually being forced to admit to her parents that she is a lesbian – a conversation that doesn’t goes as well as she might have hoped.Posted by Angie