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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 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.

I went through college with the same feelings, it was a large college, with a LGBT society, but I was too afraid to even take their Mc in the closet homosexual material — what if someone saw me? I also kept meeting girls in college, but never for anything more than one night of drunken, meaningless sex that I felt compelled to have so my friends would see me as straight, never to be followed up by "Mc in the closet homosexual" call or text.

Six more years of this followed, and as you get older the questions start: On the one hand unable to conform to the life they want for me, and on the other unable to accept the life that makes me happy. Before long I met a great guy, and fell in love.

I almost feel that either case would be as bad as the other. But that ignores all the nuances of those kinds of relationships; they are your safety net, your link to your past, and coming out may be the act of wilfully destroying them, which is a lot to give up.

In a way, at this point, I feel as much apprehension at the thought of necessarily coming out, to be happy, as I did unhappiness at the thought of spending my life alone being neither straight nor able to allow myself to be gay. Whether or not I come out is not really the point to this, but rather, the fact that there are still enormous obstacles to overcome before people are in a position to come out without any fear. This scheme in addition to defending the Mc in the closet homosexual of the press, offers readers a quick, fair and free method of dealing with complaints that they may have in relation to articles that appear on our pages.

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