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The importance of coming out

I think I’m getting closer to not feeling the need to hide my sexuality. I’ve told my family, my friends, and a few coworkers that I’m close too, but this weekend I told two other coworkers whom I was doing a team building event, we have not been to close in the past and one I believe will probably pass it around. I think I did it because I no longer feel the fear of what others will think. That’s pretty much everybody that’s in my life, the only other people are people I don’t know and their opinions don’t matter to me.

I still need to dig out the beliefs and patterns that make me want to hide because even though I’ve been living my life how I want for years, I still feel intense urges to not fully express myself. Little by little though. The more I’ve let myself do what I want to do the more I love my life
Strict4u · 56-60, M
Good girl come out and be yourself
I can imagine everyone has to come out, even heterosexual people.
As a teen girl I wasn't welcomed to in my family. It was a life threatening choice. I allowed myself to be cured of the mental illness, sexuality, because there was no way around it! The social context is exactly the same, now. I'm lucky I didn't get a hysterectomy as a teen girl.
Bang5luts · M
Be you. That's all that is important. I am me for me and make no excuses for it.

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