If you want to contact me elsewhere, I'd be glad to answer any questions you have.I also have a referral code for that school which I'd appreciate you using!I’m betting that a lot of you can remember your first same-sex crush, whether it’s with fondness or with sadness. I’ll spare you guys the long version and stick to as clean a summary as I can muster. This girl was beautiful, funny, smart, had a great taste in music, and had similar interests as myself.
My friends began to get tired of my depressing conversations and I grew into somewhat of an introvert for a while. Even though, at the time, my life was one humongous clusterfuck of disappointment, sadness, and a lack of acceptance, I feel like I possess superhuman strength for having made it out of that time in my life and for making it thus far into the newer and happier part of my life that is now.
If you didn’t already know this about me, I was raised in Tennessee and though the official stereotype of the general south is “EWWW, QUEERS! YEE-HAW, YA’LL.” I’d have to say that though there are very hateful people here, I have never been threatened or hurt based on my sexuality, though I have been occasionally banned from the reindeer games of my comrades or made to feel extremely unwelcome or uncomfortable, though I am exceptionally awkward and some of the perceived discomfort may honestly be due to my perception and overall discomfort in social situations.
It was a very strange and confusing time for me and I had a hard time pinpointing exactly who/what I was .
This girl for whom I eventually accepted my attraction was openly gay, while I was very much the confused and awkward noob that I have always known myself to be.
I wish I could tell you this story, and, well- I guess I could, but it’d be pure fiction.
The truth is that I didn’t even THINK about attraction to the entire female sex until I was in high school, my junior year to be exact.
Apparently everyone already “knew” I was gay (*cough* BULLSHIT.
*cough*) even though I, myself, lacked even an inkling in the lesbian direction.
Actually when people from other places discover that I am from Tennessee and am obviously gay, some have said things like “And they really haven’t hung you yet?