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Old 03-25-2015, 12:38 AM
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Default Re: The QUILTBAG Club (formerly the LGBT club)

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Originally Posted by Sanky View Post
So, I'm going to post in here because it might brighten me up a bit.

Hi! For context, I'm generally male, and I happen to be bisexual (or pansexual if you will, I generally use the simpler term). It's something I've only ever mentioned in a few places on the internet. And I'm in this conflict. On one hand, I'm totally happy with it and I'd actually like more people to know. But, on the other hand, the thought of people I know in real life knowing actually makes me slightly.. nauseous. For no good reason, either: I know everybody (everybody worth keeping) would be fine with it and it would for sure make me happier. But I have no idea how to go about letting people know. I always just imagine the most literal case of letting people know - going around telling people - which is just why would I do that.

I just don't know. I wouldn't even want to be subtle about it. I want people to know, but I don't want to share. Does that make sense? I hope it does, because it's all I can muster...

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Hum, what part do you want to tell them? That you're male, or pan/bi (which would you wanna say?)?

I... only have experience with one really... and it was super-hard... But I know it's much easier with friends and siblings than parents, ahaha. So I'd suggest telling close friends first and that'll make you feel more confident in general, having people you're close to who know. And you'll get some experience.
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