Today’s post is a little more special to me today. I just wanted to say that coming out isn’t the easiest process for everyone & for others it’s a cake walk. Either way coming out is something so personal and liberating for a person. I remember the first time I said the words out loud “I’m gay” and it was to a confidant (My 10th grade English Teacher) that to this day I still talk to. Coming out was scary, I lost people who I thought were always there for me but, I saw the people who truly loved me. To this date I am proud to be me. I just wanted to give a special shout out to @guskenworthy @dtimbo1685 @walkerreams @tyleroakley @taylorjphillips @jakejacob01 @mr.rutherford @jvn & many more for being positive influences/role models not only to me but to all gay men out there. Follow them because they are truly amazing people. Happy #nationalcomingoutday
I’ve been in such a good place lately and it was scary when I got tested being able to fight for the happiness I’ve been searching for. Needless to say I won but it made me realize I will not put with any bull *hit anymore. My personal happiness is something I won’t risk being taken away. I’m thankful for my friends, new & old, my family for their support, & to the experiences that I’ve grown from. I am proud to say today is the first day everything changes for me; my first day in grad school. I’m excited and nervous but most importantly determined to do well! Thank you everyone for everything.
I know this a moody pic, but thank you to everyone and anyone who has been supporting my new adventures in my education, health, & life overall. Life is so good these days and I couldn’t feel more grateful