A few weeks back at a football game, my only male friend blurted out that I was lesbian. Thankfully, everyone was loud and riled up because it was the last game of the season, so nobody heard.....except for one girl. My crush for the past few months: Allyson.
Another fact she discovered is that I used to have a crush on her last year, but I lied because I still have a crush on her.
She wasn't phased by the fact that I was lesbian because she's bi and has been out for several months. The sad thing is she regretted coming out, or rather just being blunt. She was new and when someone had asked about her orientation, she was honest and replied as bi.
Today in Chemistry our teacher was gone along with half the class. Allyson invited me to sit beside her. We were talking and she told me she broke up with her boyfriend, and that she has a strong crush on someone. She played around shouting, "Boys, boys, I finally am available" and then she whispered to me, "Girls, girls, I am also her for your choosing." She was acting cute and giddy, and I was happy. I believed that after all these months, I finally had the opportunity I needed to make her mine. We talked about the homophobia in our school, and how we want to make a statement of some sort. She brought up the subject of Prom. She said she wants to go with the certain someone she was talking about. I became hot and started smiling stupidly to myself. She continued to say, "But I don't think he would like to go out with me."
After being risen so high in hope and happiness, she knocked me down hard. Very hard.
Good side is we're socially friendly to each other. I don't want to fend her off by being too overpowering with the hints of flirtation. It's just so disappointing. Hopefully, she'll change her mind. Hopefully.