Mar 09, 2013 4:40 AM GMT
After responding to "The Wristband Diary" it got me thinking. It's not to say that the OP is afraid to say he is gay (I don't know his story) but he only refers to himself as "not straight". I've known someone before who could never say he was "gay". Despite others knowing, the word could not leave his mouth. My friend recently dealt with a guy who would get visibly upset and even angry if someone called him gay or said that he was (because he actually is). Have you ever known anyone like this? How long after realizing you were gay were you able to actually say it and be comfortable with it?