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Date Posted: 03:03:55 10/04/17 Wed
Subject: Repeating myself again lolz
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But basically everything about being out was easy for me luckily, never any pressure. As Iâ€™ve said before coming out as bi may have made things easier but then when I think of others that were 100% gay then maybe not. Iâ€™ve talked about Jack a few times so outrageous in looks at school but so beautiful with his makeup and crazy hair colour change every week everybody loved him. My parents and family were cool about me liking boys but they did ask was I going through a normal teenage phase scene and to be honest I wasnâ€™t totally sure at the time just thought Iâ€™d go with it even though by then I knew I liked boys better than girls. As I said in the last question there was bit of name calling but that dropped in no time and it was only about 5 other guys anyhow. I had sex with one of them a few weeks later lolz he said he was curious. :) If at the time I knew I was 100% gay I would have had no problem saying so at all.
Talking about closet. My friend T, not gonna say his name but you know who I mean Com, came out in a discreet way recently well not even discreet he just talked in a way publicly as if everybody knew anyhow didnâ€™t even announce it to his followers. Obviously Iâ€™ve known all along but wasnâ€™t gonna say anything because he had a career to think of and it wasnâ€™t for me to say even here. Thing is though since that first time he appeared on Ellen when he was 15 everybody guessed and letâ€™s face it he couldnâ€™t have looked more gay dresswise and hairwise etc. if you talk stereotype lolz. That was bad advice because it wasnâ€™t him at all still isnâ€™t. Wtv heâ€™s opened up not shouting out and heâ€™s happy. Heâ€™s had no problems at all and like I said all his followers thought it anyhow. He doesnâ€™t live here anymore but I guess weâ€™re all lucky to live in a gay friendly environment or in his case to have lived in while he was growing up. When you think of the other Tom, Tom Daley and what he went through even though it was his own doing it was totally different and again everybody knew he was gay before he came out. He only lives about 40 miles away or lived and thatâ€™s a gay friendly place. Nobody would have cared if he came out as gay when he was 15 it could have saved a lot of inner turmoil for him bless him. Itâ€™s all down to personal choice when you have a career to think of.
The uni here is often voted uni of the year for diversity i.e acceptance of sexuality, race etc. it all helps. Apparently there was a gay bar here back in the early 60â€™s and nobody gave a damn and weâ€™re talking pre legal days here. I guess all these factors help and itâ€™s why I and other gays have it easy whether school, work, socially etc. That and the fact that the decade I went through school gay wasnâ€™t taboo in any way. Also so much went on behind closed doors.
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Experienced both sides, actually... -- Comicality, 19:00:25 10/05/17 Thu
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