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Woman C: I remember being around 11 years old and meeting this girl in my youth group at church who I thought was so pretty.I would write in my journal about her and pretend that she thought I was just as pretty as she was.She ended up kissing me for the first time after asking me to go out for something to eat.We hooked up a few times on and off, and now we've been dating for almost a year.When I was 14, I wrote my parents a letter describing my feelings and thoughts that I had about women.They reacted super poorly — they were afraid and angry of the unknown.
Woman D: Coming out to my parents was the most difficult thing I've ever done.The gardeners are a little out of the ordinary, but the flowers sure are beautiful.*I don't refer to my dude as "straight" because he doesn't like the word.He prefers the term "heterosexual," or, if you want to be precise, a male-identifying person who is female-attracted.When I came out to my parents, I was so nervous but it was super easy.I just told my mom that I liked girls, and she was like, "I know." I was 22.