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"When I was 16, I was so scared I might be gay, but I didn't know how to tell. So I went to the library and typed in: G-A-Y. I was hoping to find some manual on how to know if you're gay, like a book of symptoms or something. All I found was a scientific study of homosexuality in cows. Which I read. Apparently cows are gay too. But that wasn't comforting at the time." ~Lisa, Revolutionary Voices: A Multicultural Queer Youth Anthology

There's no quiz you can take to figure out what your sexuality is, and nothing we know of to say that will make everything suddenly crystal clear. Questioning your sexuality, and coming out, are processes that can just take a lot of time and thought. So check out the resources available, talk to someone you trust, IM the OUTfront screenname (AskOutfront), and read over these links:

 

Coming Out
(A Publication of the Human Rights Campaign)

The Bates Coming Out Anthologies - 2005 * 2006

Bisexuality
(A Publication of PFLAG)

Transgender 101: An Introduction to Issues Surrounding Gender Identity and Expression

 

 

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