Anyone have any plans to come out and celebrate for National Coming Out Day?
I certainly do; I decided to come out to my RL friends that day, but I'm so ready to be out that I'm impatient. I'm at that point where I've been keeping this secret for over half a year, and I'm just ready to be out, even if it means that some people stop talking to me.
I'll also probably wear my rainbow toe socks that day!
This Saturday? Oh wow! Too bad it's midterm break at that time, so everyone will be home (including me) >.<
I have classes all day! and I dont feel like comming out to clients while i massage them! Akwards!
“In order to meet the challenge, you have to have that support,”
I have a couple friends back home that I'm thinking I may come out to, and I'm attending some of the events my college is organizing this week. Other than that... I'm not sure.
~~~ the voice of your eyes is deeper than all roses ~ e e cummings ~~~
My GSA is gonna have a CLOSET in the cafeteria, with all sorts of quotes and rainbows and stuff. It'll be awesome. I also plan on coming out to my mom on that Saturday, as of now. I think she knows anyways but I need to formally tell her.
I just got done reading that Coming Out Guide and my eyes burn.
I plan on coming out to my brother and his wife possibly that day. I've considered it for a long time and I hope the National Coming Out Day will push me to do it.
I don't.. i'm up in T.O with my sis and her friends.. they all already know.. and besides.. it's canadian thanksgiving.. eeven if i was around my dad would i really want to ruin thanksgiving???
~~~Fear is only a verb if you let it be.. don't you dare let go of my hand~~~
Well, I am probably sneak out and work at a call center for No on Prop 8.
Eh, I'm already out.
But Mills is doing a whole Gay/Coming Out event week thing that involves...haircuts and a candle light vigil that I missed last night because I was working.
And I'm in the middle of midterms, so I don't really have time for any of the events that we're hosting. But I went to the Castro Street Fair on Sunday, can I call that coming out?
I was thinking about getting my hair cut short (finally) this weekend, but I'm not sure how my dad would handle. I suppose I could come out on LJ...maybe?
I'm mostly out already.
Maybe I'll finally tell my dance teacher. She's pretty much family, kinda sad she doesn't already know.
"When the people begin to reason, all is lost" - Voltaire
I'll be in the lake the whole day. Skiing, rowing, sunbathing, sleeping and driving. I guess I'm not coming out to anyone, since I'll be alone all day long.
" . . . The sun does not shine upon this fair earth to meet frowning eyes, depend upon it." Charles Dickens
Alone... no tan lines... hot.
"Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment." - Rumi
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This weekend is the high schools homecoming and they have a gay queen and king candate, now itsnt that cool? esp on National coming out day!!!
"I know you can be OVERwhelmed and I know you can be UNDERwhelmed but can you just be Whelmed???
I think you can in Euorope"
-10 things i hate about you!
I just finished watching 10 Things I Hate About You for the first time about ten minutes ago. Then I get on this site and I see your quote... weirdness.
haha thats one of my favorite movies
eh. ill probably just rainbow it up. everyone i really care to know already knows and im 'facebook out'
Me and some of my friends are going out to a club XD in November my college is doing a pride week kinda thing so we are covering our campus with rainbow balloons and putting a giant rainbow flag on campus XD
**Far from a saint, not quite a sinner**
the greatest irony: There is no Peace without War
and that was five years ago. I came out to the grandmothers over January, and everyone else somewhere in between. I'm pretty out, but I won't be next year, so I stopped my friends in the street yesterday and said, "Guess what guys? I'm queer!" Then I posted on my facebook status that I came out. Some people that I guess don't know me so well congratulated me--one of them sent me a private message, a kid from my high school saying how great it was for him now that he'd come out in college. That was really cool to see an old classmate, who had kind of been invisible in high school, now happy because he was being truer to himself!
No one has a right to sit down and feel hopeless; there is too much work to do.--Dorothy Day