Well. Umm. Okay.

The Bookworm's picture

So today I started high school, which was overwhelming.

And I learned that my crush is crushing on a guy, and seems straight, but half of the friends she introduced me to totally set of my gaydar, thus proving the possibilities available in high school. I know she's not crushing on me, which is sad, but what I was expecting, so not too sad, and I'm actually excited about the prospects of meeting people who have an increased likelihood of crushing on me when I crush on them and perhaps more relevantly, understand what it's like to not be straight. High school could be good.


Siovampire's picture

Honestly, high school is

Honestly, high school is both a blessing and a curse for gays. I know that personally, it was like diving head first into an ocean when I'd spent my whole life in a kiddie pool. It was amazing (and slightly terrifying) to meet other out gay kids my age but it came with a feeling of....vertigo. You may find that it's freeing but also like you've been spun onto your head. I found it was a good way for me to open up and express myself more and become more open with my sexuality because I had other people like me around, when I had been the only out gay kid in my whole middle school. I think you'll find it to be a really good experience if you keep your head up and your wits about you. <3

"Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground." - Theodore Roosevelt

lamb_da's picture

i totally agree with sio

i totally agree with sio :p

but honestly, i found out about my queerness what i was...summer or sophomore year, so :/

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