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Thankfully, my friends were entirely accepting, and affirmed that they loved and supported me no matter what.

" and I just thought, I've also been in a couple of situations where my girlfriend also had a boyfriend, and I just turned into some weird side dish.When I was 14, I wrote my parents a letter describing my feelings and thoughts that I had about women.They reacted super poorly — they were afraid and angry of the unknown.As I grew older and more aware of my sexuality, however, I realized that I was very attracted to men as well, just in a different way. Woman A: There was never a coming-out process for me when it came to friends at school — in our social circle, there were a lot of LGBT folks.Everyone just kind of knew and no one was judged about it in our group.He said that he didn't feel like that was who I really was. Woman C: Though I have become far more comfortable with my sexuality in recent years, I'm not where I would like to be.

So far, I have come out to three of my friends and plan to come out to my mother in the near future.

I told him that was ridiculous, but I did feel myself falling for her. Woman A: Sometimes with men, you would sit there wondering if they were just trying to date you because you were bi.

Nothing serious happened until long after I had stopped talking to him. I also dated a girl once who, like, expected me to fuck up and leave her.

When I came out to each of my friends, the most terrifying part of it was feeling so incredibly vulnerable.

While I thought I knew them, I didn't know explicitly what they would say or how they would react.

I never thought of myself as a straight person either. Woman B: I had always identified as straight; I hadn't really considered any other possibilities.