Category Archives for Coming Out

There are lots of supportive adults. Talk with someone

I’m a 57 year old lesbian living in cowboy country in Alberta, Canada. When I was a teenager, I didn’t even know lesbians existed. After an unhappy 5 year marriage, I left and shortly after that came out. I’ve lived with my partner for 30 years now and we’re welcomed in this rural community by […]

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I was called a tomboy; it was just who I was

I’ve always known that I was different, from about the age of five I knew that I wasn’t like other girls. I was shocked to find out that other girls didn’t like the same things I did. I was called a tomboy, it was just who I was. I climbed trees, hated dresses and my […]

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Being gay does not define who I am, it is just part of who I am

Here is my truth…the first woman I remember falling in love with was Miss Kramer, my second grade teacher.  It was 1978 and she drove a Pacer.  How I wanted to ride around our tiny little town in that car (which looked like a Milk Dud) with Miss Kramer.  I imagined what it would be […]

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