Coming Out

It took me a long time to be comfortable in my own skin with being a lesbian. I remember the night I admitted it to myself, I cried myself to sleep and then tried to continue to bury my feelings about it deep inside. A few years later, I met some people in college that had the same feelings I did and it was a new begining for me. I didn't have to hide inside myself anymore. Since then I have been coming out more and more, now everyone who knows me, knows that I am a lesbian, and now I am proud that I can say it.

drumstickgrl drumstickgrl
26-30, F
2 Responses Feb 25, 2009

Good for you! I don't think I will ever get to that point myself, but I have admitted to myself and my wife that I have strong bisexual tendencies. I also remembering coming to grips with that and crying at night wondering about everything.

It's the only way to go. Be the best you can possibly be and life will be full of good times and things. To hell with anyone's opinion of who/what you should be or what is socially acceptable.<br />
Keep on truckin!