| | Re: no one knows
I still haven't really figured out my own sexual identity. It's something I've been thinking about for a few months, and as everyone here is saying, don't rush it! Just take time to evaluate your feelings. I never thought that I would be questioning this part of myself, but as I do, I feel a lot more in touch with myself. I would say that the most important thing is to get support from people in a non-homophobic setting, like EC, where people will be okay with whatever you find out. I don't know if you do, but I have a couple of good friends who I knew wouldn't freak out when I told them, and I discussed my questioning with them, and that helps a lot.
Love the truth. Keep it your friend. The truth is a terrible enemy to have, because it never gives up trying to get out.