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  1. I think, even though kissing someone else is really, really bad... we still can't fully understand what happened, if it didn't happen to us. Maybe they were both so drunk, they were hallucinating. Or they did it on a dare. Or.. I don't know.. some other reason. I'm not trying to make up excuses for such a gesture, but I can't condemn it either since it didn't happen to me...
  2. I'm simply afraid of my parents' reaction, even though I know they're LGBT friendly people! Somehow, even if you're open minded, what if finding out your own flesh and blood is LGBT will suddenly be a disappointment? Not because they're gay, but because you know how they'll struggle to stay happy in a world where being gay is so tough.
  3. I agree with SElf, and I would add, you'll probably feel when you're ready. Maybe you won't be ready to come out to everyone, but when you'll feel safe around certain people, you'll know
  4. I agree with Lilac89. Just let things play out naturally. Maybe choose to go to places that are LGBT friendly or to a movie, where if you hold hands nobody will see
  5. This sounds like a plan! Although it can be difficult and it's not always easy to switch from a negative mood to a positive one. If someone figures out the trick to do so, please share it with us here! I think just the fear that one day I might need professional help is impacting my mental health enough (even though I'm a half-glass-full girl!).
  6. It pains me to hear how certain beliefs are so different than others and actually hurt people in the long run. I'm sorry for saying this, but I think religion blinds people too much. I understand faith, but I don't believe one religion is better than the next. And seeing how some are liberal with LGBT issues and some are not, it just confuses me even more.
  7. I would have never though this topic would stir so much attention Some of this stuff is really funny, although I imagine it wasn't that hilarious when you guys actually heard it!
  8. Oh, not come out because you stay closeted, not because you decide coming out isn't a "thing".... I don't think people should stay in the closet. I know it can be tough, but it's better to be honest and see which people are really your friends and which aren't.
  9. I'm too young to think about these things. Although I hope my future husband or wife will like the dress I already chose for myself hahah!!!
  10. Oh, I totally get that. People do have expectations, especially with stereotypes being so accentuated lately. I learned to deal with it though, if something's not me, I just don't do it.
  11. Yes, definitely! Getting help is no reason to be ashamed, on the contrary! Getting professional help means you're strong enough to accept you need guidance, and it's very, very important. I should know, I've seen family members go through rough stuff and it's pretty ugly at times
  12. Oh dear, I really don't know how i would feel about this. I'm a firm believer in love and in "if it's meant to be...". So, i think I'd do good in a LDR. Of course, I'd need to trust my partner completely! If ever I would have even the slightest doubt, I don't think I'd be able to trust them anymore...
  13. I know many girls who act boyish and some guys who act feminine. I was actually hoping they were LGBT, at least I could have had someone to talk to in real life about this stuff. But nope, they're as straight as they come and, often yes, they get offended when you ask about them being gay Maybe it's because too many people are ask about it and they're tired to reply the same thing over and over again
  14. I used to be terrified of spiders, but I imagine as I'll grow older, there will be other things, more important things, I'll probably fear. However, I'm a very optimistic person. No matter what, I'm sure I'll find the strength to overcome anything
  15. No, no, don't do that! Don't give up on love because of a bump in the road. I'm really sorry this happened to you. It's unfair. But Maybe you can look at this as an experience?