Personal Narrative: Discovering My Sexual Orientation

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Discovering my sexual orientation was not really a surprise. I always knew, however, the idea that I was considered abnormal was what pushed me back the most. My faith and my parents always taught me it was wrong to like the same sex, and that made me afraid to come out. It made me frightened and anxious to think I wasn’t the child people thought I would be, and how it would affect me in the future. I thought I was a disappointment and I, myself, was a human sin. Over the past years, hate against people like me in this aspect have been decreasing, but it’s not enough. People still protest and others stay on the sidelines, afraid to become involved with this transition in regular traditions. As someone of this kind of irregularity, I strongly
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