"You are going to hell"
I've always liked girls, and I thought everyone like both genders.
I didn't know that it was controversial or against my religion (I was raised Catholic). So when the first time I told a girl that I like her, I didn't know that it would do me any harm.This was 2nd grade, and I guess, a lot of children where confused or didn't understand crushes. I told her "You are really pretty, and I like you." She looks at me with a confused expression on her face, and says, "Eww. Girls aren't supposed to like girls." She told her other friends, and they all treated me like I had "cooties". Since then, I decided to keep my feelings to myself until 4th grade when I felt that I had a trustworthy friend to share it to. So one day, I told her about a girl I liked. I really wish I didn't. She looked at me with disgust and told me that I was going to go to hell. She said that she won't ever be my friend again unless I change myself. The next day, I convinced her that I didn't feel that way anymore. I kept my sexuality to myself until the beginning of sophomore year when my peers were a lot more tolerant and accepting.