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Coming Out Stories Gallery - Christine

So I'm a junior in high school and it's quite interesting. I've always been open to the possibility of being a lesbian, bisexual, straight-whatever. The same went for how I regarded my friends. Junior high came along,( the tragedies, drugs, suicides, general depression) and I was put in the place of the one who'd be left the one who'd survive...I adored my best friend in a way which I now know was love...But not until a year or two ago did I realize that I was bisexual. I clued a few of my friends in that I had a crush on another friend of mine (in a separate clique) and that was it. From then on it has kind of seeped into others' consciousness. Some people don't know and I don't make a point to inform people of it unless the occasion calls for it. But again I find myself falling in love with a friend I adore and respect most in the whole world. Constantly I wish that I was a guy so that it might possibly be easier to tell her. High school really sucks for re! lationships and when you're bi it just doubles. Even in the san Fransisco bay area where most expect it'd be easier, it doesn't feel like it. I've yet to find a lover or accepting community of other lesbians, bisexuals. It feels like everone I know is straight.

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