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YGA: What are the feelings you have about being in the closet?

CHRIS: I don’t like it. My friends and I agree that trying to be something you’re not isn’t good. I have decided that I want to be liked for who I really am. I’m afraid to come out, but a voice inside me says do it.

YGA: Do you feel like you are living a lie?

CHRIS: I do. I don’t like playing straight. Everyone assumes I’m straight and I want people to like me for who I really am.

YGA: What about your friends?

CHRIS: My greatest fear has been rejection. I thought it over and concluded that I want friends who like me for who I really am. I know that my friends would be a little awkward after I told them something like that. I will be too. I told one of my close friends back home (I’m in college) and I was afraid to talk to her for a long time. I had to tell my girlfriend and that was one of the hardest things I ever did. I’m glad I did it though. I know that my best friend will be fine.

YGA: What are you afraid of most?

CHRIS: I’m afraid of rejection. I’m also afraid of threats. I don’t know who’s going to [email protected]#$ with me. I’m afraid of people trying to kill me when I have done nothing to harm them.

YGA: What do you wish for more than anything else?

CHRIS: I want to fully be myself. I have always been open and I want people to know me for who I really am. I want to be accepted as normal, as it is impossible to change. I want people to not be afraid of me. I don’t like girls hitting on me and I know that straight guys wouldn’t like me doing that. I want to help people like me. I think that teens who commit suicide are killed by rejection. I want everyone, not just myself, to be accpeted. I want everyone to be happy about being themselves.

YGA: Do you have anyone you can talk to about coming out?

CHRIS: Yes. I have my ex-girlfriend and my best friend. I also know a guy from a LGBT college organization. I can be open with them and I have never failed to tell them what I’m really thinking.

YGA: What do you think coming out of the closet will bring you?

CHRIS: I have been myself all the way. I have my own opinions. I have a learning disability and many people thought I was stupid until I was nearly valedictorian. It’ll be nice to fill in the missing piece of being myself. I won’t have to go out with girls against my orientation. I can identify my true friends and ditch the ones who don’t like me for who I really am. I’m about to do it and I’m really pumped about it.

YGA: How has the internet helped you find out about yourself and start the process of coming out?

CHRIS: I wouldn’t have considered the advantages of coming out. It also give me a sense that I’m not the only one. I’m ready to make one of the biggest steps in my life. I’m coming out of the closet, the world where I can’t express myself and be who I want to be. I’m ready to be myself. I’m really excited about it. It won’t happen all at once, but I think I can get it. I wouldn’t be here without you guys. I love you!:)

YGA: Any other things you want to say?

CHRIS: Thanks so much! I honestly wanted to kill myself and now I want to be myself to the fullest extent. I want to say to others in my situation that you should just hang on. The only thing you have to lose by coming out is the friends who don’t like you for who you really are. I hope that this site has done for you what it did for me. Best Wishes!

YGA: What are the feelings you have about being in the closet?

JEREMY: I am so damn stressed, I feel so trapped and contained in a corner and that I’m just drowning myself, I fear I will never be able 2 release myself from the closet!!

YGA: Do you feel like you are living a lie?

JEREMY: Most of the time I do, I mean it’s hard being by all your straight friends and family and not be able to be your true self and be accepted. Many of my friends and family are homophobes so its just so hard and I dont know what to do, lie or adventually tell the truth.

YGA: Do you think your parents will take it well?

JEREMY: No most likely not, my dad is always saying how gay people aren’t normal and he’s this big military guy, and I was mostly raised by my mom but I can’t tell her either because she will freak if everything is not normal, not her way of living, so I think it’s best not to tell them, I might become the family outcast!!!

YGA: What are you afraid of most?

JEREMY: I feel I am most afraid of not being loved and accepted by my friends and family. It would be horrible not to have a comfort zone, and without coming out I sorta have one I guess you can say.

YGA: What do you wish for more than anything else?

JEREMY: I wish that everyone will be able to be mature kind people and accept me for the person I am, granted I’m gay, but I’m more than just gay, I am a singer, a writer, a soccer player and so much more, so don’t judge me just by my sexuality!

YGA: Do you have anyone you can talk to about coming out?

JEREMY: Not really. My best friend said if any of her friends suddenly became gay she couldn’t be friends with them no more because it’s a SIN and it’s not God’s way of living, but other than her homophobic side she is the sweetest bestest person you would ever want to meet.

YGA: What do you think coming out of the closet will bring you?

JEREMY: I’m really not quite sure, it could always bring me a lifetime of happiness and relieve me of my stress and depression (which I’m currently seeing a therapist for) which no one can figure out why, or it will bring me a lifetime of hell in which no one will want me and they’ll throw me into exile. I could never ever wish that for anyone!

YGA: How has the internet helped you find out about yourself and start the
process of coming out?

JEREMY: The internet has been a great, helpful, and convienent resource for the process of coming out. I have learned many people are just like me, so afraid. And it’s OK to be. But the real question is: will everyone else be OK with me?

YGA: What other resources if any have you used? I.E. books, counseling, pamphlets, help lines, TV shows, porn etc etc

JEREMY: I haven’t really used any other resources, except watching some t.v. such as Queer As Folk which has showed me many people live life the way I do, in fear and wanting to get out and be accepted!

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