My brother, who works at the fire station, told me later on that they had gone there to collect a body, and I turned out to be alive. I didn't realize until then how important it was to be accepted by my parents.
Take my friend in Belomorsk. When I found out about all that, I went home and drank half a bottle of vodka.
My classmates — we have one 11th-grade class in the village with eight people in it — most of them want to stay here too. He asked several times if I was a lesbian. When I found out about all that, I went home and drank half a bottle of vodka.
It's just the femininity about some of these guys thats making me go "should I just go with this? I believe strongly that I was knit in the womb I have been a gay all my life a lesbian. Think of it like this I find it loads easier, I also find it much easier to talk to other girls even flirt I have homosexual friends who have other homosexual friends etc but I know i am straight and i want a guy, I'm 21 and I still haven't found the right one and I still have problems with being shy and all that.
No gay person can slip through the cracks in a small town or village. And even though my dad is all right with it at this point, my mom still treats me much worse than she did before. I confided in my sister first. Anna, 19, Kirov.