Perhaps you could post your feelings as a 'Confession' - that way you have the opportunity to mark it as anonymous.
Get those words down, it'll make it so much easier to then find the words in your real life.
Opening up to strangers on the internet is easier, because you don't have to look people in the eye.I'm not gay but I'm certainly bi-curious and have a newfound affection for ladyboys and t-gurls.We are all alike as we are all different.Don't be afraid to be yourself.Your true friends will understand.
On the internet you can make a confession and be anonymous at the same time - no need to worry of being exposed. Also on the internet people are less likely to judge you because sometimes they have already experimented what you're feeling.
I agree with you, but I never use dating sites as I'm afraid I can be exposed. I just use social websites like EP where you can remain anonymous.
Strangers are sometimes a bit more accepting
It's easier to tell a secret to a stranger
The internet makes a barrier, it's easier because it's more anonymous
Usually strangers are a bit more accepting because sometimes they've either experienced what your going through already and they can sometimes be better listeners than the people you know.
I don't open up to anyone
No I just don't want to see no point, I have friends and family I tell them stuff but never really open up because there is no point
I often find it much easier to talk to strangers.
Strangers aren't going to show up at your door.