Dating tips for high school teens
When I began to come out to my friends, I almost felt guilty for giving in to my stereotype — I was becoming what most people accused me of anyway.
But just remember that if you fit into a stereotype that it’s okay.
Experiment, explore, and discover who you were meant to be.
Make mistakes, break hearts, and educate those who will listen!
Growing up in a world that wasn’t designed to accept you can be hard.
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I was young and confused, and having good sex with people that had a penis wasn't really what I was expecting.
And even if you do bind, that doesn't mean you can't rock that adorable new dress on top of it."— Alex Jewett, Facebook "Get out more. Park, Facebook "I wish I realized that high school was just a short period of time and not the entire world, which is easier to say in hindsight.
I wish I knew that, even if you spend two years going to high school youth groups every night trying to pray away the gay, you will still be you.
"— Carli Paige, Facebook "I was always more feminine and most people called me gay in Kindergarten.
I didn’t actually realize I was gay until 7th grade.