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Tonight a really good friend of mine that i practically have known since i was really little told me he thinks he is gay. No offense to people of that orientation but it was really upsetting to me. I never thought i would be kind of upset that a friend would come out of the closet to me. It was kind of an emotional situation and I felt really bad that he was upset with the fact of it too. I started thinking about how/if he would come out to his parents and how they would react. The sad thing in his part is that he is very strong in the church he goes to and i think if the church finds out, they will kick him out. im not sure, they might though and i think that would really make him feel bad. (obviously duh, right?)....Im still kind of in denial thinking...This was my future husband, he fucking cant be gay!!!!!!! T.T agh...why...by no means is being gay a bad thing, i just.....agh i dont know..i dont know what to say or think...I dont know how to explain what im trying to say.


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Oct. 23rd, 2007 06:37 pm (UTC)
I can understand that it's confusing, especially because of the stress of the situation. Just let him know that you're okay with it. Even if you're not. And if you're not, try to be. People change when they get older, and figure stuff out about themselves that they never knew was there. This isn't a big deal for you, unless you want to be there to help him through this (if he ends up deciding that he is gay. He may not, or he may be bisexual and be under the impression that you have to choose one or the other. 8( I don't know him, so I can't say.) Don't feel bad about feeling sort of freaked out. It's somebody you knew for so long telling you something that you never would have known about them.

But yeah, it's okay. 8( It could be worse. He could have dragged you onto the beach and introduced you to his Dolphin-wife. Now THAT would have been WAY more confusing.
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