Afraid of being gay
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Constantly questioning your sexuality. Fear of sending out signals that make you seem gay or straight, depending on sexual preference. Looking at someone or a picture of someone of the same sex and determining whether you have a sexual or emotional response. Looking at photos of the opposite sex to confirm that your sexual desires are aligned with what you know to be true. People who obsessively worry about being gay must actually be homophobic.
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For all the talk of social acceptability, I still fear of losing the people I love. What was stopping me was the thought that, sooner or later, she would find out I was gay, let it slip, my friends and family would find out and my life would be over or so I thought at least. I was too afraid to reveal my feelings I can see now that these thoughts had roots in my childhood experiences. I was about 16, and felt that somehow what I was feeling could never be acceptable to him. Over time, this and other experiences with friends made it more and more important that I never reveal these feelings.
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