Sometimes a person feels that he or she cannot accept being gay because of his religion or his culture. I can answer questions related to religion, coming out, and society/culture in either English or Spanish.
I am a gay Christian who has lived in both the U.S. and Mexico. I was raised Southern Baptist.
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Dear Rama, Thank you for your question. It can always be a bit of a shock when a partner you believed was heterosexual tells you that he/she has feelings for someone of the same gender. You say you
Dear Parazo, When it comes to being cautious in sexual experience, there is no such thing as making a mistake. Mistakes are made under the opposite circumstances -- when we hurriedly make wrong decisions!
Dear Marie, Only you can answer your question about your sexuality -- and sometimes one doesn't come into acceptance until later in life. However, you and your friend seem both convinced that you are
Dear Jeff, Sure, it's absolutely possible. Perhaps the fellow is just coming to terms with his sexuality. It can take time to self-identify, especially if a person has stumbling blocks on the path
Dear Jeff, To be blunt, yes, your letter does make you sound like a "nutcase." More than likely, you were very full of emotion and confusion when you wrote the letter, and although those individual