Dear trevol i really wanna thank you because of supporting me really . And you know i the most of time i hate the fact of being homosexual . I had dreamed about having a huge family and in fact ‘normal’ but i know that i’m gay but i don’t know how to live with it . Sometimes i’ll like to just being normal. In few words i know that i’m gay but i don’t know if i’ll like to be
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You’re welcome! And remember that there is absolutely nothing wrong or unnatural about being gay, no matter what you might hear. If people tell you otherwise, they’re wrong. Period. It’s that simple. Being gay is not typical—there are a lot more straight people than gay people, of course—but it is absolutely normal. And hey, the fact that it’s not typical means you’re normal and special—a cool combination.
You can still have a huge family! As you read this, gay couples are raising children all across the country. There’s a whole magazine dedicated to gay parenting, whose homepage you can check out here. Some gay people do a better job as parents than others (just like straight people)—it’ll still be up to you to be a good dad. But there’s no need to worry you can’t have the kind of family that’s right for you, and lead the life you want to lead, just because you’re gay. You can, and you deserve to.
In the meantime, if you’re ever feeling like it’s all just too much to handle, remember you can always call 1-866-488-7386 and talk with a Trevor lifeline counselor about what you’re feeling and experiencing. Good luck, and feel free to write back.