Sorry."— Gabe Klansky, Facebook “You don’t have to date the only other queer person in the school, no matter how much your friends or theirs try to set you up!
There is an entire community of people like us and a huge selection of potential relationship buddies once you leave school.
I wish I knew that, even if you spend two years going to high school youth groups every night trying to pray away the gay, you will still be you.
I wish I knew how comfortable I would feel in my own skin I became when I accepted myself for being gay and unapologetically owned that part of who I am."— lisae464f92dd5 "I wish that someone would have told me that forgiveness heals everything. It’s hard and sometimes life is easier in the closet.
It didn't hurt, it wasn't traumatic, it just wasn't enjoyable.
But I felt like I had to pretend to like it and that's just how it was.
It will probably not happen and if it did, the sex will probably be bad.
When many people think of online dating, they think of all the World of Warcraft addicts and goth kids from high school getting together online trying to get dates.
I actually felt the same way about it until I undertook a research project a year and a half ago that led me to join 18 different dating sites, going on a date with a girl from each one.
You're allowed to dress however you want and identify however you want, none of the above has to define you in any way, shape, or form!
"— Carli Paige, Facebook "I was always more feminine and most people called me gay in Kindergarten.
Make mistakes, break hearts, and educate those who will listen!