My #comingout story is not the typical sit your parents down and tell them your gay..... but where to begin! I was raised with very strong independent females and very macho masculine men.. My grandmother was a bisexual women who my whole life had a girlfriend My mother came out when I was 10 and had a live in girlfriend who has two sons of her own so we became a family.. living with them was fun for me bc deep down I knew I was like them and loved the everything gay lol.. and they had a fun gay life working and raising their kids.
At 13 I was visiting my cousins in Atlanta and one day my cousins girlfriend and I were riding so errands for her and we got to talking and I was very comfortable. Next thing I knew the words “yea I’m gay” came out of my mouth.. and I was so shocked that I had actually said it and immediately realized what I said and to whom I said it! I begged her NOT to tell@my cousin bc I knew he would flip out being that he was a super macho jock type of guy... and of course she told.. So a few weeks go by and I’m at home sitting on the couch and my Dad and Stepmom come@our is their room in a rage.. they threw the Bible at me told me I was going to hell, then said I don’t know what I am I’m just trying to get in on good with my lesbian mom! I mean totally lost his shit (as does most fathers when they hear their son is gay) My mom and grandma on the other hand said they knew all long and weren’t mad at me all and were actually proud of me to be strong enough to come out at a young age.. It took my Dad a few years to come around but today we are so close and we such a strong bond and he tells me all the time how proud of me he is and how much he loves me. It wasn’t easy but it’s how it was and that’s my story. #nationalcomingoutday#tellyourtruth#liveyourlife#betruetoyou#loveyourself#lgbtq🌈#pride🌈