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Yesterday was National Coming Out Day, so I think the day after should have something, maybe some reassurance. The problem with it is that there is an unintended level of peer pressure associated with it. Therefore I wanted to say that I think the most important thing is for people to be comfortable with who they are and how they live their life. As long as they aren’t hurting anyone they can do whatever they want, and they can keep it as public or private as they'd like.

But in honor of yesterday, and with my idea for today, I’m going to reveal something: whenever I find out that someone is gay, bi, queer, trans or anything else “non-mainstream” I immediately tend to like them more. Heck, I feel more comfortable and relaxed around them. It’s the “normal” people that make me nervous.

 
 
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