The other day when I tweeted my distaste for the latest Kylie Minogue single a form of sacrilege in some circles one of my followers replied with one of my least favorite phrases: "We're going to revoke your gay card. There's no such thing as a gay monolith. There are as many ways to be gay as there are colors in the rainbow now who is being easy and glib? Dishing out gay cards is like telling people they aren't allowed to be gay because they haven't seen the requisite number of Glee episodes. Gay men and women don't share a place of origin, skin color, socio-economic class, religion, or anything else that would typify their experience. It's a mode of perception, an attitude, an ethos: in short, it is a practice.
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Coming out gay refers to the process of accepting one's own sexuality and embracing it, followed by disclosing it to family, friends and co-workers. Due to different amounts of social and family pressures that surround each individual, coming out gay is different in each instance. Thinking about coming out gay? These concerns are all valid and represent a fear of the unknown. However, this time can also be seen as an opportunity for personal reflection; examing who the individual is and who the individual wants to be.
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There are times when conflicting feelings cause a person to ask, "Am I gay? Indeed, some people do not come to the conclusion that they are or are not gay until well into adulthood. But how do you know if you're gay? Is experiencing sexual attraction to the same sex all there is to being gay?
Last Updated: March 28, References Approved. This article was co-authored by Eric A. Samuels, PsyD.