Reply To: Comming out to others

DeeAnn Hopings


The reality is that we are all working with our own belief systems. What really chaps my ass may not even register with you and vice-versa. For me, the part about personal contact was important because, if someone had a problem with me, I wanted them to address me directly. However, given a potentially strong reaction from someone, the thought could be to minimize the possibility of confrontation.

There is no one right way to go forward. I also don’t think there can be a blanket approach. All the people that you want to interact with are unique personalities, + and -. They deserve to be treated as well as you can…

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