The great news is that there’s been a lot of progress made in the last few decades for LGBTQ+ rights, not to mention a wider general acceptance, understanding, and tolerance.
It astonishes me that at this point, even America’s most far-right social conservatives generally have to at least pretend to be pro-LGBT because the clock has just plain run out on being a public figure who still openly harbors that bigotry.
But of course, it’s not all gravy. The problems are far from fixed. And tons of kids face, among other things, a reluctance or an inability to share the truth about themselves even with their own parents.
10. As you’d like to be treated
I mean, still not a TOTAL waste.
9. Read along
“She doesn’t know I’m a lesbian.”
I can’t think of a better way for the modern church to just keep losing membership.
8. “I hate that sentence.”
How do you even get o the point where you have that much blind hate in you?
7. The roommate situation
Seems like they’re gonna find out sooner or later.
6. My best friend
All that hiding and all the games have to be exhausting.
I believe gay people when they tell me they have gaydar.
Straight guys who probably don’t even have gay friends? You’re just lyin’.
4. My boyfriend’s mom
Dang, I’m gonna need to like make a diagram for this one.
3. Trumped up
What a cool time to be alive.
2. Years pass by
When will he know?
1. I am though
The shirt just hit the fan.
Best of luck to all the LGBTQ+ kids out there going through this. I can’t imagine what it’s like.
Do you have experience with this sort of thing?
Tell us about it in the comments.