I think that Queens It’s Where My Story Begins 1965 Shirt people value theirs. Sexuality so much is not even because they make a big deal out of it. It’s because other people can’t make a big deal out of it. The second people know you’re not straight, they blow it out of proportion. There’ll be gossip about you, there’ll be a change in how people treat you, there’ll always be people who will judge you for it. There’s a reason I hate coming out and it’s simply because of the questions. Can’t I just say I’m bi and let that be that? But there will always be people who’ll ask you “Really?” “What’s it like?” “Are you sure?” “You’re not doing this for attention, are you?” “Do you like me?” “Oh, then who do you think is hot?.
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