Today I came out to another person-my screenwriting teacher, who is also a lesbian! I was a bit nervous, I don't know why, but I did muster up the courage to talk to her. She said some really encouraging things-that the girls she knew who were out in the past were treated fine, no one thought badly of them. So I'm very happy:). I also talked to her about starting a GSA, and she said she'd talk to the dean of students about it.
*sigh of relief*
Sometimes I just really want to blurt it out to my peers, though-just say, "I'm a lesbian!" I try to supress the urge and go on doing my covert "coming out" queer 007 mission*laughs*. I hope they're getting the hint...I mean, a straight girl wouldn't salivate over Katherine Heptburn (spelling...?), talk about the latest gay issues way tooo much, and be writing a screenplay based on a gay relationship!
They're not that thick, however much I may think so.
My screenwriting class is so awesome though-it's small, and everyone in it are the fellow twisted minds of the school*evil laughter*. There's one sweet girl...who is sometimes scared. Her screenplay reads much like a Leave It to Beaver episode.
Also, this weekend there's a new GLBTQ group starting up in a local Unitarian church, so I'll be goin got that. Which is so freakin' cool...because my mom doesn't get what I'm going through, so I can get some advice. I am mucho looking forward to it.
LOL, my sister is feeling more and more comfortable about my being gay...I love how she jokes with me about it. You know someone's truly comfortable when they can do that! I would hate it if my family avoided the subject-I really am lucky that they're fine with it.
Anyways, I'm about to pop in Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story.
I love Stewie*smiles*.