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As we might expect, there can be a lot of “stuff” related to coming out voluntarily. Things such as fear, embarrassment and shame can come into play.
In order to avoid this, people often choose to bypass the topic altogether. However, they risk getting outed by someone else.
So, the question is this:
If you have not told anyone about your very closely guarded and most sensitive secret of being transgender, and someone discovers your secret, what do you think is likely to happen afterwards? This question is intended for those who have not come out to anyone so far.
I will pose other questions for those who have come out and had “The Conversation”. Eventually, I will also discuss my thoughts behind my coming out process. Note that I will offer my story as contrast and not as a recommendation.
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