So that was interesting >.>

Noxx's picture

Okay, so the other day I had told my cousin that I am a lesbian. I trust her with everything. So I was surprised when my aunt came up to me and asked me if I was gay. I knew my cousin must have told her something, so I figured that I had been in the closet long enough; and I told her the truth. She reacted better then I thought she would. But what really bothers me is that, my cousin told her that thinking I would get kicked out. She was wanting to cause problems between my aunt and I. But today when I got home from school I soon realized that my aunt had also said something to my mom. I wanted to eventually come out, but not this way. I feel like things have been screwed up. I really need some emotional support :(


lonewolf678's picture

Oh my,

I'm sorry it had to happen to you that way. What I would do (and I don't recommend it) is to be truthful. Whatever happens, happens. Or you could just try to lie your way out of it and try to make it seem like the biggest prank ever (probably the best option I can think of for you). Sorry I can't really help.

radiosilence95's picture


Sounds like you should be careful about trusting your cousin in the future, hm?

If everybody reacted to the news in a positive way, then that's definitely a plus, even though it wasn't your choice. Nothing can be changed--what happened happened, and it's best not to dwell on the fact that you were outed unfairly. Move forward. Your aunt and your mom will surely support you.