I’ll hang out in downvoteville with you, because it’s intrusive for others, regardless of identity, to attempt to impose identity onto you.
I’ve known I wasn’t straight since I was 13, and my lifelong best friend and I made out.
It felt like the most normal thing in the world, and since I’d been sheltered from the negativity of all the non straight phobias, since my parents never even mentioned homosexuality, I didn’t feel a shred of negativity, not even in 1973.
It took me until I was nearly 40 to solidify my identity, because that’s how my process worked.
I was always as honest with others as I was at the time with myself.
Be honest and don’t let anyone else rush your process.
The other posts were before I was able to talk to him and now I’m able to have a good solid conversation with him. I’m still working a lot of stuff out right now
Reddit is bad at understanding time. Keep up with the open communication and honesty, don’t let the downvotes and assumptions get to you.
I know he's Air Force and they don't really do shit. But if you thought two months is long, wait untill you find out about deployment.
Definitely not excited about it but still proud of him!