A Helping Hand For My Straight Friend: MM Straight-to-Gay Encounter
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Should I text him to say I know something happened that night that shouldn't have happened? And that I've been feeling very confused and stressed about the situation? Or do I just try to pretend it never happened and hope it becomes a distant memory and that when we next see each other we can just laugh it off? I’m definitely attracted to this guy, and I guess hooking up with him was always a fantasy of mine. But I tried to keep that fantasy out of my mind as much as possible because I valued his friendship so much. I wanted to see him as a good friend, not as the object of some fantasy. I thought that would only cause problems with the friendship, regardless of whether he knew about the fantasy or not. Parents of Indi Gregory lose another round in life-support treatment fight as judges rule against...Still having this weird feeling, I just let it go and acted that I was sleeping, I mean.. he wouldn't know. Forgive yourself for what happened. There is nothing you can do to change it, and there is no point in living in regret. Take a vow to do what you must to repair your friendship and ensure that it never happens again. Israel-Hamas war LIVE: Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza City is bombed for second day in a row, terror group says - as IDF announces 13th soldier has been killed in ground assault
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I’ve given my coming out speech so many times. I used to volunteer for an LGBT charity where I would go give talks in schools to raise awareness about LGBT issues and mental health. Kids would come up to me afterwards thanking me for being there, and inspiring them to be proud of who they are. They reminded me constantly of how important representation was to LGBT people, particularly LGBT youth, in affirming their identity and letting them know they are not alone. That’s why coming out is still so important for our community. It lets people know we’re here, we’re queer and we’re moving past the fear.