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Not in a serious like, no one else knows, kind of way but a good friend of mine from my mom's group did recently tell me that she is not heterosexual. I had absolutely no idea. We're very like-minded people, "crunchy" moms and such, so I guess it just makes us even more alike!
I think your fiancee counts, Douchie!
And yes. I have had a few friends come out to me, for the very first time. The very first time that happened to me, was when I was a Sophomore in high school. It was an intense moment. Someone sharing their inner most personal secrets. At a time when we're so young, still learning ourselves. To know that much about yourself. It was an amazing moment between this friend and myself. He knew I was bi, yet took me serious. My friends always thought I was just being 'Gracie' a joker...but, I've known since early on, I was bi. And for this friend to take me serious, and confide in me. At a critical time in our lives. He cried. But I could sense his relief, to be openly honest about himself, to himself, to me. He did keep in the closet for a while after that, but it was awesome seeing him unfold throughout high school. By the time we graduated, he was fully out, and in a committed relationship with a fellow gay classmate.