Why I think "Coming Out" SUUUCKS!

I've got a confession...

I'm pansexual. And I've never "come out".

My family doesn't know (or at least they didn't before I shared this). I'm not nervous about their reactions.

I have a sister and a brother who have each "come out" as bisexual. My mom doesn't quite "get it", but she accepts it and still loves them.

Nah, I'm not worried about their reactions. I honestly don't give a fuck what they think.

This is MY life, not theirs.

I guess what I'm really worried about is the downpour of questions I imagine will emerge from my revelation. I don't expect most of my family will understand how I can be attracted to people who aren't cisgender or who don't conform to traditional gender roles.

But why should I have to explain myself?

Why do we, as a society, have to "come out"?


Have you ever had a coming-out experience (could be yours or someone who's close to you)? What was it like?

Tell me in the comments!

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