DNA Magazine - - BURNTTOAST -

On Oc­to­ber 11, we posted, “To­day is In­ter­na­tional Com­ing Out Day. Does any­one need to get any­thing off their chest or come out of the closet?” The re­sponses were mixed and prompted an in­trigu­ing con­ver­sa­tion:

No, I still can’t. – gvdmn

It’s been hell. Some­times I wish it hadn’t hap­pened. – jgfnix The day I chose to ac­cept my­self, I was cry­ing be­cause I knew I would be re­jected by those I loved. I couldn’t have made a bet­ter de­ci­sion. Now I have thou­sands more who love me as I am. Plus, I learned to com­pletely love my­self and em­brace it. – okada 13

I’ve been out of the closet since my dad passed on my 12th birth­day. That was 34 years ago. I will never change for any­one or any­thing. I LOVE be­ing me. – noah­sarc1974 Why do peo­ple have to come out? Straight peo­ple don’t… be­ing gay, bi etc is NOR­MAL, so why the pres­sure? – stephen­ge­orgej

I’m tired of be­ing hand­some be­cause no­body cares how good a per­son and good friend

I am and the only thing that they want is sex. I’m at the fuck­ing point that I feel used be­cause I tried to date and I feel just like that, used! It might sound vein but re­ally makes me feel bad. – Daniel­romp47

Daniel, you are im­por­tant and noth­ing else mat­ters. – behnoud.rad

I un­der­stand you, same sh** hap­pens to me.

– Volkaru

God ble$$ & be$t of luck to all tho$e goin through $um dif­fi­cult $hit. – phat­zoe561

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