Category: insights

The Personal Stories of Young Gay and Bi Men

I found this web site and wanted to share.

It has personal stories from young men who are bi and gay. The first story alone gives some excellent insight about what it’s like to experience certain things at a young age.

Here’s the link.

Here’s one, by a young guy named Brandin.


I think I’ve been gay for awhile. I’ve always been just a little on the girly side, but a lot was going on in my life at that time, so I never really had the time/interest to sit down and think the facts through. But, once I got over the small initial shock, I had nothing Against it.

My first open gay crush was a guy named L, at the RV/Beach Resort my family visits during most summers. I had my own golf cart, and it wasn’t rare for me to go on drives lasting an hour or more, so I’d just head over to his camper and hang. We both knew there was something between us, and he accepted it. We dated for two years, till I was 15, when we both realised we were tired of being tied down. We broke it off last month, and he’s still one of my best friends.

But, back to the story, I came out to my friends and selective family members at 14, and they were all very supportive. Point of the story: If you’re afraid to come out, just tell your closest people. You’re gonna have haters, but who the Hell doesn’t?