Even if you’re not sure right now where you fall into the gay/straight spectrum, that’s okay.
At some point, however, you may come to the point of recognizing that you are in fact, gay.
That point comes earlier for some and much later for others, but chances are good that if you’re reading this blog, you’re getting pretty close to it.
However, I must tell you, I have never felt more happier with myself and even the people the around me. ” Acclimatization: “I If you would like extra guidance...
The freedom to express who I am and how I feel has really allowed me to become closer with my friends and family because I no longer have to lie and be defensive about certain subjects. Learning about your new lifestyle, reading, joining support groups and chat sessions, learning the lingo, exploring your body, and exploring the things that turn you on. I HIGHLY recommend that you grab yourself a copy of The Lesbian Lifestyle Book.
Does acceptance mean you have to come out to everyone you meet? After all, straight people don’t walk around telling everyone they’re straight, do they? Some might feel comfortable sharing their lifestyle with friends and family, while others may prefer to keep it to themselves until they feel more comfortable with the lifestyle.
Others literally pick and choose who they’ll be straight with about being gay.