I first really understood I were lesbian when I were in year 7 (2007/2008), just before summer. I had made a friend who I became close with very fast at the start of the year, and with summer approaching I know we would be spending a lot of time with together. So before I told… Read more »
I always knew I was different from everyone. Throughout grade school, I didn’t think about it because I thought it was my speech problem. My best friend told me not to worry and he’d defend me. I knew by sixth grade that I wasn’t straight. I struggled with my sexuality all through middle school. My… Read more »
Liza Minnelli and I are twins. Take a listen 😉
Coming out begins with accepting yourself first.
When I was in High School my best friend at the time asked me out. I rejected, knowing that I was gay. Later that night I called her up and confessed to her how I only like boys and that it’s always been that way. After telling her this we grew closer but it came… Read more »
It all started at a theater house party (of course it did). As a freshmen at Syracuse University I experienced, for the first time, independence and it was awesome. I went to sleep when I wanted, I ate when I wanted and I partied when I wanted. However, as a freshmen I had more time… Read more »
It was during the Summer of 2013. If you count the number of years that have since passed at the time of this writing, it wasn’t too long ago. I was going to a Southern Baptist church in a rural community in North Texas. Bible Belt territory. I didn’t go to that church simply because… Read more »
Max talks about his experiences growing up and coming out. See video 😉
Coming out to my Army Unit after the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.