So today I came out to my best friend. I was kinda scared, but I wanted her to know even if she was homophobic. I kind of had a feeling that she was, but I wasn't sure.
We were at a new year's party at her house and her family had invited their new neighbors who are lesbian. I had never seen them before, so I asked her who they were. She told me that they were her new neighbors. I asked her if both of them were or just one and she said both. Then she shot me a look that I had no idea what it meant. I didn't know if it meant that she didn't like that they were gay, or just that she wanted to see my reaction. When I didn't react, she just kinda stood there and stared at me. It was a little awkward.
After that, I just assumed that the look meant she was homophobic, so I held off on tell her that I was bi. So today I was kinda depressed, but I went to help out at a horse show. She and I hung out for almost all of the show, so she finally asked me what was wrong. I didn't want to talk about it so I told her nothing. That ticked her off. The 5 things she hates to be told the most are nothing, never mind, I give up, forget it, and I'm done(having to do with giving up).
One thing lead to another and know she knows. I'm glad she knows though. Now we're even better friends then we were before because she knows that I trust her. <3 you Woodge. (yup Woodge is her name. Well, her nickname) That was the most exciting part of today. Just had to share. :D