In which I post whatever suits my fancy and makes me (and hopefully others) feel just a little bit better.
So in honor of it FINALLY being october
(no idea where the gifs came from tell me and ill happily add credit)
I’ve received this question multiple times from presumably the same anonymous person, so I’ll refrain from answering this question with a rainbow gif and a sassy reply.
Growing up, I used to wear my mom’s high heels, play with barbies instead of G.I. Joe and always surrounded myself with female friends. Elementary and middle school were bizarre times because I knew I was “different” but I couldn’t quite pinpoint why. I vaguely remember being attracted to boys, but I also was good at convincing myself that I had crushes on girls. I guess that was my lame attempt at trying to fit in. My fake crushes on girls didn’t stop my classmates from bullying me or assuming I was gay and it was pretty difficult not being able to confide in anyone. It was definitely a very lonely time.
By the time high school came around, I was still in the closet, but puberty helped me realized I was 100% attracted to men. The saddest thing about what I remember from those times is that I never thought being a gay person was a legitimate way to live my life. I never thought it would be possible to come out. I truly believed that I’d have to live a life of secrecy my entire life.
For whatever reason, I decided to come out to my friends the day after high school graduation. To ease the blow of being gay, I actually came out as “bi.” About a year later, my dad found out I had a boyfriend so I was essentially outed to my parents and it wasn’t the easiest of times, but now everything is fine.
Part of me wishes I came out when I was in high school because I think it would’ve lessened the amount of bullying I endured. When kids would call me faggot, I could be like, “YEP, I WANNA SUCK YOUR DICK. WHAT ELSE YA GOT?” But you have to come out when you are sure it’s the right thing to do and on your own terms. So good luck!
I am absolutely dying. RuPaul was in this episode. That was not what I expected at all. XD Both a witch judge and a hair stylist.
Oh, I forgot to post it because I was so engrossed in it, but…
Cap 2 was soooooo good. I loved every second of it. I am so incredibly on board for Cap and Bucky.
Well, now that The Amazing Spiderman 2 has broken my heart… I guess I’m moving on to Cap 2.
I don’t know that I really enjoyed Spiderman all that muxh, but it was alright and it did hurt me. It hurt me deep. ; w ;
Ah well. All aboard the Cap and Bucky train!