You do not need to “come out” if you are not ready, but a chat room is a good place to start.
While all teens no matter their sexual orientation are welcome in teen chat, we understand it can be much more comfortable to chat in a place where you know everyone share at least one thing in common.
"The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth." Bullying affects teens all over the world but within the gay teen community it can be especially hard.
The Trevor Lifeline is free and confidential suicide prevention phone line for LGBT youth in the United Stats.
[ Trevor Lifeline 866.488.7386 ] If you are apprehensive about “coming out of the closet” or telling others about your orientation that is just fine.
Even though society is moving in the right direction when it comes to social acceptance and legal equality everyone is not accepting of homosexuality so disclosing this information to anyone can be extremely difficult.
Some grapple with this decision for a long time before deciding to do so while others keep their sexual orientation to themselves forever.
You are the only person who can decide the optimal time and place to share your sexual orientation with friends and family.
Being a teen can be difficult, being a gay teen; more so.
Simply getting though a day at school can take a lot out of you.