The LGBTQ Club

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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by Fowl's_Girl » Wed 29th Feb 2012

^ Okay, thanks for the advice.

I first came out with my sister (no names), and I just told her. Thankfully, she wasn't mad or upset at all. It was nice that it went so well. My boyfriend found out not too long after that. He reacted surprisingly well, and he said he was happy I was brave enough to tell him. A few other people in RL know, and that's enough for now, I think. ^_^
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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by shadowsnake451 » Sun 4th Mar 2012

Well done for telling someone XD it's the hardest part for most people
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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by BLoemetje » Thu 24th May 2012

I have been wondering for a while if I'm either bi or lesbian, and I'm still not sure. But recently I found an article about it, and this part at the bottom solved it for me. So I though I would share it, maybe it can help other people here too.
(Source: Wikihow)
If you don't want to, you don't have to label yourself at all. You like who you like, and leave it at that. You can tell people that, and it's polite for them not to read too much into it. It may help to think of sexual orientation as a spectrum, or to think of yourself as loving people, not just their gender.
I don't need to know, I don't need to label myself. Maybe I might find it out later, and if I don't, it's alright. I have accepted the possibility I can be bi, or lesbian, and it isn't a problem for me. So there's no point in thinking about it. Time only will tell, and if it doesn't, it's okay. I'll like who I like, and leave it at that. :D

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Re: The LGBTQ Club

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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by Karasuthekitsune » Mon 16th Jul 2012

As you may/may not know, I'm bi with a pretty heavy male preference.
Consider this a join ^_^

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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by LEPreconGirl » Tue 17th Jul 2012

Guys, could I join? As far as I know I'm hetersoexual, but... I've kind of been attracted to a female friend for a while and just wonder... It okay if I join up and offer support/advice and maybe ask for some?
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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by shadowsnake451 » Tue 14th Aug 2012

NO! WE REFUSE TO LET YOU JOIN!
I'm kidding, we're very happy to have you here <3 *brings welcome cake*
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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by That Chick2 » Mon 20th Aug 2012

I came out to three friends. One shrugged and said whatever, we ate ice cream as normal.

One, my best guy friend, was almost in tears in shocked him so much. He was fine with it.

At last, the friend who rejected me quickly. She asked if it was a mistake. She told me it wasn't right. She told me I was wrong and to stay away from her. She told me that I should kill myself.

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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by Bang Your Drum » Tue 21st Aug 2012

She probably needs time to adjust, she could be in shock, she thought about you one way but, you are still the same person of course....
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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by That Chick2 » Tue 21st Aug 2012

Thank you. :D *glomps*

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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by BLoemetje » Tue 21st Aug 2012

^And don't get discouraged. It's great that you came out, and it's also great that the others just accepted it :D No matter what she says, there is nothing wrong with being bi.
Like Byddie said, she problaby just needs some time.

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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by HollyShort9 » Mon 1st Oct 2012

Okay. Well. Here we go.
I'm either a heteroromantic bisexual or just plain bi. I think I'm heteroromantic, though. Still questioning and trying to figure it out.
This is the first time I've told anyone publicly. The only people who know are APB, F1005, burningice, one or two of my real life friends who don't have FGs, my brother, and now you guys.
This is sort of terrifying. XD
I don't really plan on telling anyone else. At least not any time soon. Maybe in the future I'll make it public by posting it on Facebook and telling my parents. Maybe not. Right now I'm just sticking in my comfort zone till I get it all figured out though. So, if you guys would not talk about it outside of FG, or if you could just not tell anyone who doesn't have an FG who may know me, that would be much appreciated.
I'm so scared posting this though, you guys. XD But I figured I'd be happier embracing it than hiding it.
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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by FowlStar » Tue 2nd Oct 2012

Right on, Holls. Thanks for telling us. <3

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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by HollyShort9 » Tue 2nd Oct 2012

Thank you, Fowlie-chan. <3 I really appreciate that.
I was kind of scared first posting that. XD
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Re: The LGBTQ Club

Post by BLoemetje » Tue 2nd Oct 2012

Don't be scared <3 We're FG. Except for some people I don't know that well, I don't think there's anyone who would judge you because of this.
And as Fowlie said, thank you for sharing this with us <3

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