No, I know for a fact that he is.
It was probably a flaw in my personality he did not like.. I get that a lot
It sure is.
Trust me, that kind of person do not excist!
But, this is kinda good, now I know how he feels, and I have the possibility to move on
I am well aware that moving on is a good thing, but this time, it feels different, and a lot harder, than usual
Currently listening to Papermoon.... Yea, what I'm feeling right now is completely not what's stated in it.
I can understand that Addie, it's like me trying to let someone go, I know it won't happen, yet the back of my mind won't let me forget just yet...
Understandable, next time don't get so attached without testing the waters
I know that it is possible to let go, I just do not understand why it is so difficult this time.
Thanks for cheering me up guys, or at least for trying. lol
So, I logged onto Netflix on my PS3 and I noticed someone watched "Another Gay Movie", the only people who have the Netflix password are me, my mom, and my crush. I know it wasn't my mom, so it had to be my crush. And the funny thing is, when I clicked it, it said "Play" so he watched the entire thing. Bad thing is, I have to watch random shows, so the movie can get off of "Recently Watched". (-_-)
Note: He hasn't come to terms yet of being gay, he's questioning, so I don't ask him, we just go with the flow.
I would like to join this club. I'm active in the GSA Club @ school (One of the first GSAs in the country). I must acknowledge my questioning of my sexuality (This is the first time I'm sharing this with anyone). I always thought I would have a wife/girlfriend (I'm male), but lately I have been entertaining the notion of having a husband/boyfriend. Over the past couple of years, my attraction to men has been increasing, but for the time being I'll choose (for me, it's a choice) to stay heterosexual. I would like to use this club as a support group, since I don't feel like I have any friends right now.
I am a 15 y/o (16 in December) kid with cerebral palsy (the lesion is in the basal ganglia (I was born with it)), and I'm a straight-A student. I'm independent, fully functioning, and get around on a Segway.I have moderate to severe hearing loss and trouble talking. People with my condition are three to four times more likely to develop depression (which I have a little of right now), so I am grappling with my loneliness, my condition and.my developing sexuality
Feel free to ask questions about me, and thanks for letting me tell you about me
that "Another gay movie" is horrible