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    Coming out day

    Hello fellows Jubbers,

    as it's the coming out day in the USA, I thought it was a good time for me to finally come out.
    Yes, I'm gay.

    The outrage !

    Magna Veritas


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    Re: Coming out day

    ^
    fair enough; are you coming out in Paris as well as here in JUB-Land?

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    Re: Coming out day

    Huh.

    Okay then.
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    Re: Coming out day

    I guess it is easier in Paris than in the American countryside

    What I really was aiming with the thread is to have coming out stories from you. Funny ones, sad ones, interesting ones.

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    ^ I'm sorry, mine are quite ordinary and mundane. Mine was no 'Road to Damascus'

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    Mine was pretty low-key, as well. My parents spent a sleepless night talking it over (my father is Catholic, my mother is Episcopalian), but they decided I knew what I was doing. No real issues.

    Lex

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    I came out to my parents this year and it went as smoothly as I could imagine it. My parents are both very liberal and have been supportive of gay rights in the past so it wasn't that big of a deal to them. They were more surprised than disappointed in any way.

    My mother's immediate reaction was kind of funny. She tilted her head to the side and just said "Really?".

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    People who know im gay: close friends and my stepsister(she caught me in bed with a guy while we were in highschool. I thought she was at her moms)

    People who i want to know: .....

    I didnt plan on telling my friends, they went through my phone and saw a bunch of gay porn on it. It's not that i have anything to fear, one of my friends is the most "gay" ("he's so gay glitter and semen flow from his anus" ~my friend talking about himself) person you'll ever meet, but he's still a friend. I just didnt want to

    Same with my family, only i hate them vs they're my friends

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    well, i'm thinking about telling my brother when he gets here. he hasn't come home yet. more than likely, he's probably going to go to bed to sleep since he's coming from his internship. the thing is i'm scared to find out how his reaction will be. my parents reactions were better than i expected them to be. his reaction on the other hand might be over the top like "WHAT?!?!?!" he says homophobic things all the time but the thing is i don't think i have that much to lose if he were to reject me because of that shit. i've done some crazy over the top things and he's stuck by me. that's all he can do BUT hey... this might be different. it makes me cringe. same thing with my friends except if i lose them, i'll feel bad but i would be able to manage though.

    the only thing on the other hand is that i'm noticing how it's really hard to make gay friends offline. i've been trying to make gay friends but i guess it's because i don't act gay enough or how i come off or me being standishoff or me in general which makes guys just go like "i don't want anything to do with him. he's just a weirdo." you know... it's fucking annoying. i actually feel that some of these guys actually look @ my face and judge me off of it like "i don't want to have anything to do with him because he's ugly". well, i wouldn't want to be friends with someone who thinks like that. to me, someone who thinks like that is just a bitch. you don't have to be interested in sucking my dick to be a friend, dumbass. man, some of my peers around my age group to me actually seem very difficult to deal with. their personalities and mine don't mix. i feel as if they're stuck up where they act like they're better than everybody else. for the most part, i'm down to earth and can engage in simple conversations without acting stuck up. i'm willing to deal with my gay peers my age but they seem very closed minded and arrogant to the point where they think they're too good or better than guys like me. it actually gets me a little upset thinking about it. i don't have time for that shit. i rather be alone than to deal with any bullshit where all these fantasy stories, horseshoes and rainbows, fairy tale stories where i'm pretending to be on some marshmellow boy shit. i'm a very chill dude. i'll talk and hang around anybody. just don't come at me wrong and i won't do it to you.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: Coming out day

    I just posted this on Facebook

    Most of you already know this about me, but for the family and friends that don't know, I'm gay. I've known since I was about 13. The first person I told was my younger sister, my freshman year of high school, and she showed me great support and love. Two years later, during my junior year, I came out at school. At first I thought I could change it and it could be "prayed away". Thankfully I now know that to be wrong. That same year, on March 5th, 2007, I told my mother and also received support and love from her. I told my grandmother, and one of my cousins a year later. For a long time I kept it from the rest of my family. I was fearful of my dad finding out, because I thought he wouldn't love me anymore. But last year, through a crazy chain of events, he found out. I was terrified, but he continued to love and support me. I'm a lot luckier than many other members of my LGBT community, because through my coming out, I haven't lost anyone. So to any friends or family that didn't know, had a feeling, or didn't want to accept it as true, it is. I'm gay. But you should still know, I'm still the same Marty you've known all these years. I hope that those of you, just finding out will continue to support and love me, because I love you too

    Happy International Coming Out Day!
    I make my bed with the stars above my head and dream of a place called home.

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    Re: Coming out day

    Quote Originally Posted by Saybrooke View Post
    I just posted this on Facebook

    Most of you already know this about me, but for the family and friends that don't know, I'm gay. I've known since I was about 13. The first person I told was my younger sister, my freshman year of high school, and she showed me great support and love. Two years later, during my junior year, I came out at school. At first I thought I could change it and it could be "prayed away". Thankfully I now know that to be wrong. That same year, on March 5th, 2007, I told my mother and also received support and love from her. I told my grandmother, and one of my cousins a year later. For a long time I kept it from the rest of my family. I was fearful of my dad finding out, because I thought he wouldn't love me anymore. But last year, through a crazy chain of events, he found out. I was terrified, but he continued to love and support me. I'm a lot luckier than many other members of my LGBT community, because through my coming out, I haven't lost anyone. So to any friends or family that didn't know, had a feeling, or didn't want to accept it as true, it is. I'm gay. But you should still know, I'm still the same Marty you've known all these years. I hope that those of you, just finding out will continue to support and love me, because I love you too

    Happy International Coming Out Day!
    how old are you by the way?
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    I'm 21. 22 this month!
    I make my bed with the stars above my head and dream of a place called home.

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    Today was just another average day of work (and yep I've known oct 11 was 'coming out day' since I saw it posted somewhere at the beginning of the month)

    I'm 'out' to myself .. nobody else needs to know - especially family/neighbors/etc (no need to give myself a suicide/death sentence LOL)

    As far as here, I think I said it before: I'm bi...but more on the gay end of bi

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    mine was pretty fucked up

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    Re: Coming out day

    Quote Originally Posted by Saybrooke View Post
    I'm 21. 22 this month!
    hi Marty, a nice way to tell the rest of your friends that you are gay. It seems to me that you were already living a life as a -more or less- open gay, so maybe some of them were already aware that you are gay (eg by talking with other friends/relatives of you). Do you already have comments from people?

    Good luck & take care.
    I am Dutch, so please excuse me for my low level of English.

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