Take it off your chest...
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Tonight, I did something with full confidence. At first it took sometime, I walked into my mum's room. Sitting on the bed with her, singing with her as she plays the ukulele. We where having a good time, then I said, "Mum I need to tell you something." I could fell my heart beating so fast. I was mumbling and couldn't get a word out of me until I took out a deep breath. On July 4th 2015, I came out of the closet. I told my mum I was pansexual and genderblind. For about 20 minutes I had to explain the terms so she could have a better understanding, my understanding. In the end she hugged me and she that she loved me with all her heart. Also that her and Dad are proud of my no matter what idenity I have on myself. I'm so greatful to have my beloved parents. I couldn't ask for two other parents. I love then with all my heart and glad I could let something off my chest that I've been holding in for years.

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  • I'm bisexual, what of it? I don't need to get it off my chest, nor do I need to tell anyone. The only person who needs to know is my partner.

  • This brings me hope and love. Congrats to you and your family :)

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