i want to come out!

duct tape godess's picture

i want to come out...
i have to most of my friends and my sister but not my mother
i really dont know how to tell her
she is homophobic
and she is cathlic
need i say more?
if she does not exept me for my style or personality then i am sure she wont exept me for my sexuality
i dont know how to tell her but i know i need to
do any of you have ideas?


When I call out Your Name Do you Hear's picture

This sounds like those

This sounds like those articles I was talking to you about earlier. Honestly, having met your mother. Coming out may not be the best thing. I know it's a hard thing to keep to yourself. That you so desperately want to share with everyone. But hang in there. Make it through high school and then tell her. Because then, you don't have to deal with her. Because you can move out. You're an amazing person. And don't let anyone tell you otherwise. You are smarter than you know. And talented in so many ways.

Sorrow you can hold, however desolating, if nobody speaks to you. If they speak, you break down.
~Bede Jarrett~

ReinbowGrl's picture

Hokay...So take it from

Hokay...So take it from somebody who has a super religious catholic mother...coming out SUCKS...It didn't help in my family that my mother got a two-for-one deal with myself and my twin brother coming out at the same time, but anyways. Sometimes waiting is easier...Because most parents rein in the freedom when you come out in 8th grade. No more girl-on-girl sleep overs...Atleast thats how my parents reacted. But yes, you are amazing...Don't ever let anybody even try to convince you otherwise...

- - -
Pronouns make it hard to keep our sexual orientation a secret when our co-workers ask about your weekend.
- I had a GREAT time with...them.
Yay, now they don't think you're queer, just a slut!

hayden_love778899's picture

awww, i agree with

i agree with shelby,
wait til the end of highschool cuz then you can move out.
and i as well know its hard, i wont ever fully get it because my mom guessed but....
i know from expierience with my past gf's that its not always the fun-est experience coming out so young,
like A said no more "girl-on-girl" sleepovers and stuff,
and i know that you would die without those.
lol ;)
but uhm... yea,
your amazing, beautiful, funny, talented, smart... dont let your mom try and change you babe.