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I guess I just wanted to prove to myself that I was okay with being gay.
For many years, I’d believed that people in my town wouldn’t tolerate anyone gay.
When I heard comments like ‘Oh, that’s gay’ or ‘Ha! ’ being used in everyday conversation, I think I got scared.
I didn’t know that when people used these sorts of terms they were just trying to be funny, or were quoting TV shows. I think that’s where my anger and distaste towards my hometown started.
By ‘harsh’, I mean the men were stereotypically men, and the women were stereotypically women.
Once I was living away, however, I realised that it wasn’t my hometown that didn’t like me being gay; for being gay.
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Being gay in a small country town means I still do all the normal things I did before I came out.
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