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A lot of teens consider coming out and want to know how to come out and what to expect if they do. But coming out is a big decision for teens, and there are many things to consider. Sometimes it can feel like there is a lot of pressure to come out. So it is important to remember that while coming out will be a great decision for some GLBT teens, for a variety of reasons, it just isn't the right decision for everyone.Read More.
Parent Story by Colleen Toohey Porter My son, William, is a 23-year-old college graduate living and working in Toronto, Canada. He has extremely close and wonderful relationships with his dad, his brother, sister and me. He is a true and loyal friend to many, many people. He is a writer, capoeira performer and sings in a band. He speaks a little German and Swahili. He loves to travel, eat spicy food and drink beer. And, guess what? He’s gay. Read More.
GLBT Teens Experiences Coming Out to Parents
Coming out to your parents can be tough. You might feel scared, nervous or excited. They might react positively or negatively. They also might be kind of ambivalent or hard to read. Read More.