Anonymous asked: This may seem unusual. I am lesbian, but I've never been able to say those words out loud to myself or to other people. So when I do come out, I do it indirectly without saying the words. Whenever I try to say that I'm gay, I get embarrassed and end up in a laughing/giggling fit. I don't even know why I laugh, it just happens. How can I say it? I haven't been able to ever since I knew over a year and a half ago. Thanks in advance.
It’s okay to be nervous. Some people are probably feel weird saying, ‘I’m straight.’ Asserting your sexuality blankly is kind of awkward. Practice saying it to the mirror. Say it in your car. Whisper it in a crowded room. Yell it when you’re driving down the highway with the windows down. The most important person you can say it to is yourself, then one day, your future partner.