I've been thinkin, if I'm going to come out to every one, y not come out and say it w. pride?
That sounds right... how were you planning to tell them? Like you were diagnosed with homosexuality and it's something you'll have to cope with for the rest of your life?
"People who are happy are slugs... They do not move the human race forward."
-- Camille Paglia, on Oasis
I don't think thats what she ment. I think she means that she would rather say it with pride rather than be afraid to say it. Correct me if I'm wrong though. I could be...
If homosexuality is a disease, let's all call in queer to work: "Hello. Can't work today, still queer."
Good for you!
See, I've got the losing my mind bit, but I don't have the courage to come out, lol. Pathetic :P
"Inside my heart is breaking, my make-up may be flaking, but my smile stays on..."
Good for you! Being free of that weight-no matter there reaction-is one of the most amazing feels. I hope you'll feel better when you do.
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Going up she goes up she goes
Balance yourself like a bird on a beam
In the air she goes there she goes
Up, up, a little bit higher
Oh, my, the moon is on fire
I'm going to come out n say it w. pride n if they hate me for it, than they can kiss my ass.... sorry if i'm too blunt, but damn it.... i'm sick of people treating me like a freak!!!!
~ Gothic Ballerina ~
I'd like to say I came out with pride, but one of my so called best friends told everybody before I could, so I was kind of outed by someone else. Now if it comes up in conversation though I'm not afraid to say it which is a plus.
Let me know how it goes :) Best of luck!!
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