what do you do when someone found out that you are a gay and started avoiding you?

confront him/her what's wrong with me being gay
33% (21 votes)
don't care about it and wait
24% (15 votes)
ask around your friends about the problem and solutions
14% (9 votes)
i'll just cry like a baby
3% (2 votes)
no idea
8% (5 votes)
never come about it before
8% (5 votes)
others
10% (6 votes)
Total votes: 63

Comments

milee13's picture

Depends. I usually just let i

Depends. I usually just let it go. If it was a really close friend I would probably try and talk to them, but that's never happened with a close friend. It's such a stupid reason to avoid someone, I mean I don't avoid people because they're straight, most of my friends are actually. Fighting about it just doesn't seem worth it.

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Uncertain's picture

Urgh, depends who?

Urgh, depends who?

cali gurl's picture

dude i would toattly stand up

dude i would toattly stand up for my self and confront them

"its better to be hated for what u are than to be loved for some thing ur not ♥"

Adam A's picture

WOF WOF!

if they avoid me on the basis that i'm gay then i avoid them on the basis that they are straight, it's just as ridiculous!

Ebony's picture

I'd get a big wooden paddle a

I'd get a big wooden paddle and smack them in the head with it repeatedly...but, that's just me.

superguy's picture

Well if it was a really clos

Well if it was a really close friend that i am close to I would try to confront them about it.

Rave's picture

i voted other because:

This just happened to me last week. She was my best friend, too. I cried for two days straight, then I got blazing mad at her - she denied it - and then I just got over it. We're not speaking anymore.

foxmore's picture

same

thats really simular to what happened to me. almost identical.

lytnin's picture

i would prolly come up to the

i would prolly come up to them privatly and ask what the hell is your problem.. avoiding me cuz i'm gay..... n then i'll walk away

Sunny Rays's picture

I talked to her. She was my b

I talked to her. She was my best friend for 10 years. She denied anything was different. It didn't work. She's still working her way away from me.

When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself.

nickywicz's picture

see i used to be in anger man

see i used to be in anger management but you know things like this really dont piss me off so i take it the psychotherapist role for example...

Friend: ur a weirdo ur gay so im gonna avoid u
Me.(quietly)go fuck ur self

there ya have it kids

lol

no but seriously i would confront them in a nice kinda way like whats your problem im not into people like you. or somthing like that idk. thats all im gonna say so imma shut up know.

-nicky boy

When i breathe in. I breathe in peace. When I breathe out. I breathe out love.

greenmind's picture

Well,

It depends, but usually if someone is going to let orientation get in the way of our friendship then fuck them, I don't want to be their friend.

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