Short Stories of Coming Out

After that last article, I need to read something less gut-wrenching. Thankfully, reader Lauren pointed me to a more inspirational website.

It’s a series of short responses to the prompt “When I came out…

Some of them are funny. Some are frustrating. Some are heartbreaking. But in all cases, there’s a common thread: If you’re still in the closet about your sexuality, know that there are other people going through the same thing. You’re not alone. There’s a lot of support for you out there.

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  • http://twitter.com/gingerjet gingerjet

    It took my mother a couple of years to get the pronouns right but she eventually figured it out.

  • Anonymous

    I still haven’t came out but I suspect my family knows.  An atheist bisexual may be too much for my mom and dad.

  • amyc

    Same here.

  • zach

    I expected this to be a post about coming out as an atheist. It would be nice to here other atheists’ coming out stories.

  • zach

    Or ‘hear’.