Suggestion from Q42 Community: First of all, don’t feel the need to justify yourself to anyone else if you do not wish to, but also don’t be afraid to show who you are. In terms of other sources of help, I would recommend contacting other members of the LGBTQ community, either face-to-face with a friend or on an online LGBTQ forum or use this website! Another way to get help and advice would be talking to others through Twitter or (closed) Facebook groups who are having / have had similar experiences to you. (You should, however, bear in mind the reliability of the people who may try to contact you through the internet or social media, as their intention may not be to help you… A way to tackle this problem would be to join closed or private groups so unnecessary or hurtful comments would be excluded.) These sources could help with any problems or issues you are facing coming out or that link to being a part of the LGBTQ community.

I would suggest taking it easy; you’ve already done the hard part, coming out initially! Coming out can be a slow process, so just try to stay calm and do exactly what you feel comfortable doing. An easy way could be to just bring sexuality, crushes, LGBTQ etc up in conversation with people you would want to know your sexuality and lightly hint that you might not be straight.

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