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In my life, when someone would challenge my perspective, significant doubt would follow. I’d then only begin to doubt everything else. In the last few days, my perspective has been challenged. Did I wilt and give up in believing who I am? A little bit. I chose to bounce back and even larger than I was before?. I was talking with a friend of mine who had a similar experience of coming out later. She divorced her husband after two kids to live with a life long friend of hers. I asked her about transitory feelings. What was life feeling no longer straight and married to being gay? She told me that I shouldn’t use any label till I have an experience. She was under the impression I’d revert back, because, of any “fantasy” not living up to any expectations. I pushed back. Playing doctor with other boys when I was an adolescent was a pretty blaring big sign. Feeling that something was out of place in every instance I dated was a sign. Preferring Playgirl to Playboy another sign. More recently having a first date with a man wasn’t something that I didn’t dislike. The date was awful. Going out with another man was no big deal. That there was a sign. Then there was going to nude men’s yoga twice. I enjoyed going twice. That into itself was a good sign that I am gay. I used all of those points shut my friend down. I’m Gay. I think I’ve always known especially when I loved buying shoes. I knew when I shut my mom down for suggesting, I needed conversion therapy after Orlando. I definitely knew I was Gay at that moment. Deep down I’ve always known. I was just frustrated when someone who’s known all of that doubted something that mattered to me. It made me more confident in knowing that I’m an awesome man who just happens to be Gay. I’m an awesome guy. There’s nothing wrong with being gay. The only thing wrong would be to let that static and hate being me down. So I opt to be even more proud and embrace being GAY.