So, here's a question for everyone: are you ever afraid someone you confessed your sexuality to might out you one day?
I've told my sister about me being bi, and I trust her completely, but sometimes I think, what if she tells someone I'm LGBT by mistake? What if - even if I told her not to tell a soul, no matter what! - she blabs everything out because she thinks it might help me?
I'm not constantly afraid my sister will out me, but sometimes I wonder about this stuff.
Hi everyone! This is my first post here.
Let me introduce myself, I'm Kitty, I'm 17 and I recently came out to my mom.
However, my coming out story was a disaster and now I just don't know what to do anymore!
My brother, he's 27, is gay. He came out as gay, and my mom acted all OK with it. This was last year.
A few weeks ago, I decided to come out to my mom as well. I was SURE everything was going to be fine! So, I told my mom I like other girls. That's when things started getting weird!
My mom doesn't accept me as a lesbian. She says it's just a phase, she says it's because I grew up without my dad and I just don't know what a man figure is. But that's not true, I really am LGBT, she just doesn't want to understand it.
I don't know what to do anymore. Why does she accept my brother but not me? It just doesn't make any sense