My Coming Out Story and the Challenges I Still Face Today

On May 24, 2015, I put the following post on Facebook:

I’m Gay…

By the title of this journal entry you already know what I’m here to talk about. Yes, I am gay and have been since before I can even remember. Some people are probably wondering why it is I am deciding to write about this. Every person who’s gay has come out in his or her own way and this is my way of coming out to the people who I have yet to tell. Some people may think it insensitive of me to come out in this way but this is how I have…

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