magical internet cat....
- Jun 22, 2016
being gay is prob like 10% of who you are but theres still that 90% that he knows and he can learn to be ok with gayness, but you say I wont talk about being gay with you unless you ask, but if he really don't like it then he should be cut out until he can learn (if he does)I just had a long chat with one of my best friends from school. Someone I really trusted to talk about things with. During our chat, he brought up my coming out post, and said that knowing I am gay makes him feel really uncomfortable. He kind of implied that he thought I would do something to him, and told me that being gay is unnatural and tried to tell me that it's not a real thing.
He didn't outright tell me he didn't want to be my friend anymore, but I don't know. He was someone I really thought I could trust, but if he can't accept me for who I am, is he really a friend? We've been good friends since first year so I'd hate to end it, but I feel like it's going to make me really sad if I keep being friends with someone who can't accept me. I don't know what to do.