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Part of realizing you're gay, or bi, or trans, or non-binary, or anything other than cisgender and heterosexual is accepting you’re different—and somewhat separated—from the majority.
Many young LGBTQ people hide their authentic selves from friends, family, and classmates before they come out, which is often an incredibly isolating experience.
All that happened was I would take a lot of laxatives, and then experience a great deal of pain.
But back then, we didn't really talk about things. We both liked the Spice Girls, and that was enough for me.For the first time I've been able to form a good group of gay friends and create my own support network.I always thought finding a boyfriend would be a life-changer for me, but it was actually finding people on the same level as me, people with common interests.I had friends but they were all straight and having relationships.This sounds really gross and pervy, but I remember one time we were all hanging out in someone's bedroom and everyone else was making out, doing "couple-y" things. I remember feeling very isolated because I had no one to experience any kind of sexuality with. This carried on until I was 16, when I started going out to gay bars in my hometown. I'd just sit in a corner feeling unbelievably shy and nervy until I'd drunk enough to get up and maybe sit at the bar. So I'd wait for a guy to approach me, and it would probably end with me going back to his flat to have sex.
One person who knows loneliness well is Craig, 33, a school teacher who lives in London.