Share one of your life's stories:

When writing your story, please use correct spelling and grammar. Please use a capital I rather than a lower i, and use apostrophes correctly. Such as I'm, don't, can't.

I’m a lesbian

I’m a lesbian. All throughout my childhood, I was taught that being a woman who liked another woman was a shameful sin and would cause me to live life like a failure.

Little did I know soon it would be much more harder to bear… In sixth grade, I confessed to a girl I liked who was in fifth grade. She accepted, but a week after that I had to go to Vietnam.

We contacted each other everyday, and she even told me she loved me. But I couldn’t say that back to her, because my family found out and I never saw her again after that.

I don’t want anyone here, to go through losing someone without telling them how much they appreciate each other. I hope someday I will.

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