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Well, if you have a way to get in contact with this person, I would say go for it. Tell them exactly what you just told us, and apologise, just be honest. By coming out to them you might even be making a friend. Your oast does not define you. What does is what you do here and now and how you learn from your past.
I know this may seem pretty difficult, it may seem like finding someone as incredible as this girl may never happen to you again. And I was actually talking to one of my friends about this yesterday. Since I grew up traveling all over the world, any of the rare occasions where I’ve fallen for someone, I always have to leave them and most likely don’t end up seeing them again.
But think about it like this, if it happened once, it can most certainly happen again. I promise.
When the right person comes around, they’ll come to stay. Just stay hopeful.
For the next 30 days, we’re shining the spotlight a little bit harder on all different kinds of LGBTQ+ voices to celebrate what being queer means to them. We have Answer Times planned with celebrities, artist highlights with incredible members of the Tumblr community, and we’re partnering with our friends over at Huffington Post (@huffpost) to signal boost their celebration with prominent members of the community.
Wanna join in on the conversation? We hope so. This means nothing without you. You deserve to be heard every day of the year—let this historic month be a time to turn your pride up several damned notches. Share your story with your followers. Let ‘em know how you honor yourself. Is it with art? Poetry? Selfies showing off that beautiful face? Writing slash fic? Hey, it’s all valid. Tag your story and art with #TumblrPride so it’s easy for the community to find.
Oh, and keep your eyes peeled for a certain extremely #20gayteen Answer Time later this month. You don’t want to miss it.
Stay proud, stay safe. You matter. Don’t let anyone tell you any differently.
It’s perfectly normal to feel nervous coming out. As lgbt people, we’re never really done coming out, which sucks. But you shouldn’t worry too much, after a while it just becomes fluid in conversation, especially when you become really confident in your own identity.