I'm close to finding a community where people accept me

My story isn't that big, but it was still hard for me to come out. My parents always told us they would love us for us.

The first family member I told I was bi was my older brother. I thought he would try to talk me out of it, but he accepted me and sat with me when I told my parents. My younger brother says he's fine with it, but sometimes it feels like he's not. 

Shortly after coming out, I became more confused about myself. There are times when I feel like a boy and will dress like one. Then other times all I wear are dresses. I told my girlfriend at the time about it and they helped explain to me that I am gender-fluid.

You would think after all this that that would be it. Nope. It wasn't until last year when I was dating my ex-boyfriend that I realized I'm asexual and a lesbian. We broke up after a year and a half together and then I got back with my ex-girlfriend. We're now planning on getting married and moving in together when I'm done with college.

Being a lesbian, asexual, and gender-fluid is a lot and it has affected my life more than I thought it would. I'm in the process of transferring schools because right now mine is singling me out for being gay. It's not right what they are doing to me, but I'm not lying about who I am anymore, and I will never change for anyone else.

Update: I just got accepted to my new school and will be with people who accept me for who I am starting next semester in 2019!




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