I don’t talk about this enough because I originally just saw sexuality as a small piece of an entire person. Humanity is complicated, each person unique in their own way, with one trait that varies over a spectrum: Sexuality.
If one thinks that being gay is a behavioural thing, that statistics are the reason that people are homosexual, then there’s a possibility that the person in question has a real problem. I can attest from personal experience that I didn’t wake up one day and decide that I would be whatever sexuality I am. There’s a reason that people are more comfortable with coming out as gay in this day and age rather than say, fifty years ago.
Fifty years ago, there were people being beaten to death for things much smaller than being homosexual, like skin colour, fashion choices, and much, much more. People saw this world back then, and the things like this that made them keep secret that part of their lives, because they were afraid that they’d be next.
So no, it’s not that statistics made homosexuality increase, it’s the fact that humanity is more docile, and accepting of it that they feel okay with coming out. That doesn’t mean that everyone who’s everyone has/will come out as homosexual. There are still people afraid of this one minute facet of their life becoming the bane of their existence because of how unfairly the homosexuals that they know are being treated just for being who they are.
If your child has the nerve and gumption to come out to you, they’re putting their life in your hands. You can be the saving grace, or the finger pulling the trigger.
It’s all up to you, and it’s a MASSIVE thing if your child trusts you.
I keep waiting and waiting to update this, because I don’t think that consistently doing so would make for much in the way of news.
Currently entering my junior year of college. Nearing the end of my second novel. I’m writing lyrics and experimenting with music on the side because I want to be able to venture out further with confidence that I can do anything that I set my mind to. I may end changing my college major, though. I do enjoy foreign languages, but I don’t think it’s a job that I want to do for the rest of my life.
2015 has been pretty horrible to me; nothing but a bevy of injuries, missed opportunities and ruined friendships. I won’t put any expectations on 2016, though.
Let come what may, and I’ll handle it my way.
Whoa, it has been quite some time since I updated, and let me apologise for that firstly. I’ve had a few changes in my life recently, with some old family returning and taking the place of a my doing nothing other than writing for the last couple of months. I am not complaining in the least, though. They’ve been a pretty positive influence and have helped with inspiring me to improve upon my work, where I’d been a bit less so before their arrival. To say that I’d slipped into a depression would be an understatement. I hadn’t been capable of finding a second job, due to funding for the first not being good enough to stabilise expenses. Everyone experiences that at some point in their lives, right? Especially in today’s job market, but I digress. The point here, is that I’m back and happier than ever. There’ll be a lot more in the days to come!
Hey guys, sorry for not updating. This week’s been a pretty little whirlwind of excitement for me. I have my first gig as an author set up at the college that I attend, and they are going far out of their way to ensure that I get as much advertising and support as possible moving forward. The appearance itself is 12 February 2015, all day. I’m nervous, but in a good way.
It feels so weird that this is something that’s actually happening, and I can’t wait to have more information on other upcoming information for you all.