more coming out tomorrow

wilma wonka's picture

I'm trying to start a club for gay kids at my school. Tommorrow I'm going to make an announcment at the school assembly about it with a teacher, Pam. Pam's gonna be doing all the talking and I'm just gonna stand there next to her. She said that having a student being this involved this publicly would be the only thing that would get it started cuz my school is so small that there just can't be many gay kids. Right now I'm kinda nervous but not really. Tomorrow I'll be a nervous reck though, I have to be in a scene from my school's musical at the same assembly and come out to 300ish people and then I'll still be shaking 20 minutes latter when I have to take a history test. Did I mention I get really bad stage fright even when I'm just playing something on the harp. Yeah, tommorrow will be kinda crazy.

Also, I don't like the idea of making it such a big deal because I'm not 100% sure that I'm lesbian, I have no real reasons to believe otherwise but I don't know, I'm just skeptical, it's wierd. Whatever, I'll just have to see what happens. I'll try to tell you guys how it goes asap but i have lots of work this week so I don't know how soon I'll get another chance to be on here.

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gaynow's picture

Ow, stage fright can suck.

Ow, stage fright can suck. Not that I've had too much experience with it, but I do know nerves. Anyway, best of luck, hon. Even if you're not sure you're a lesbian, I assume you're sure about liking girls--which makes you non-straight, which makes you the perfect person to be starting a gay club. Keep your head high; you're fantastic, you're being yourself, and you're giving other un-straight kids at your school somewhere to go. Good luck!!!! Tell us how it goes!

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jeff's picture

Well...

Odds are against you being 100% straight, so you'll be find representing some facet of the community up there.

Look at it this way, there are probably 3-4 closeted peeps in your school who are going to look up on stage and think, wow... I can have me some of that if I start peeking out of the closet?

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