So my Day of Silence wasn't silent at all. EVERYONE at school knows I'm gay now. Jen told a few people during one of her classes, which is cool cuz idc anymore, and one of the girls sent a forward to everyone in her phone telling them I am gay. Haha. Thats kind of weird, yet amusing because why would you send a forward of that? Idk maybe I'm more popular than I thought. Ha ya right.
And that sameday one of my softball coaches comes up to me when we were in our stretching circle and she said whats that rainbow sticker doing on your car? Should I be worried? And I just looked at her and laughed. Everyone else got really quiet, it was weird but whatever.
I stayed at Lee's house last night with Jen. He's my fellow gay and we tried to count how many people are gay at our school. Him and I are the only people that are out, but we counted 13 total including us at our school that are either bi or closeted for sure. He told me how this guy at school, who I would've never suspected to be gay, gave him head. I was just like wow, I can never look at him the same now cuz everytime I see him I will think of that.
Lee has an aunt and uncle that live in San Diego and we're totally going there this summer and to the Gay Pride Parade in Chicago.
Its nice having another gay friend. Its fun to make jokes about it. We kept calling Jen the minority now because she's straight. And how people are going to think she's gay now too because she keeps hanging out with the gay kids. But she's cool about it cuz she doesn't care that we're gay and she could care less what people said.