If you are (or could imagine being) gay, what are the trials that go along with coming out?
---I honestly can't say that i'd have any, thankfully. A great deal of my friends are gay, and those who are not, are not homophobic whatsoever. My family thankfully is very open minded, and would never think of me any less if i came home with a girlfriend instead of a boyfriend.
If you are a parent, how would you feel if your son/daughter "came out" to you?
---Listen, if as a parent your biggest issue in life is that your son/daughter is homosexual, you've got a pretty sweet deal, dude. For me, it would be a non-issue all together. I really would not care in the least, if your child is happy and not a total shithead, you have nothing to worry about, period.
If you are a child of someone who is gay, how would you feel if they "came out" to you?
---I'm not, so i feel kind of assuming answering this, but if one of my parents just came out to me, honestly... For my mom, really i dont think i'd care. As long as she's happy. And my dad, meh, might be a little weird at first, just because he's always been mr. manly man but i'd get over it quickly, again, as long as he's happy.
As a friend, how would you feel/respond to your friend "coming out" to you?
---It's happened, and honestly all i feel that i can do is just..be a friend. Be supportive, if they need someone to talk to, listen, and accept them for who they are. If your someone's friend, you're not friends with them just because they're straight, or just because they're gay. It's because you've got a lot in common, and their sexual orientation should have extremely little to do with that.
As a member of society, how does it affect you or make you feel seeing gays out there?
---PDA always grosses me out, homosexuals and heterosexuals alike. Otherwise i really..again, just dont give a crap.
Or any religious feelings/thoughts are acceptable too.)