Buzz Before Vs. After: Coming Out 2 weeks ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest “At a certain point, I couldn’t keep lying anymore. I couldn’t keep saying, ‘No, that’s not me.'” Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo https://bit.ly/YTbu… source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts I Pranked My Parents With An Emu Egg February 21, 2018 A major autism advocacy org just gave up on finding a cure. That's great news. October 23, 2016 When You Shouldn’t Trust Your Gut • Street Tested January 9, 2016 Strange Movie Facts You Might Not Know March 11, 2018 These kids are making films on issues like self-harm and suicide. Here's why that matters. January 17, 2017 Which White T-Shirt Is More Expensive? November 23, 2016 18 Comments DABOSS 2.0 March 2, 2018 Came out of what????? Tilda Hultberg March 2, 2018 Loooved this video!!❤️ 3lla st3v3ns March 2, 2018 jeez buzzfeed thanks for making me cry Emilia Noelle March 2, 2018 I'm so glad everyone I came out to was accepting – my family, my friends. I'm truly grateful for that. Dose_Of_ Cringe March 2, 2018 Being gay was hella fine back then before christ. Everyone was gay before Christianity came in. Jordan's Life March 2, 2018 I came to my mom twice as pansexual and transgender non binary and my pronouns are they/them and he/him and she still doesn't use my pronouns. Lauren Smith March 2, 2018 Sad then happy Hansi_LFA Lifi March 2, 2018 I've seen every buzzfeed video about coming out, in hope to gain courage to come out to the last person. But the most important one. My dad. But I'll never be able to tell him.That's why In 2 years, I'll see this video again and cry.I have came to the point that coming out to people isn't even that hard of a part anymore. Now I just cant handle the fact that im gay, bi or freaking something.My problem used to be only coming out. Now, the problem is me. And coming out to my dad Power Cracker March 2, 2018 This video is gay Ryan March 2, 2018 I just came out to a friend on Monday. It feels great, I don’t have to hide anything from her anymore and I now have someone to talk to about it. Ashley Nutt March 2, 2018 This is such an inspirational video. People should defiantly watch this. Thanks buzzfeed I understand a little bit more about this. ❤ Rachel Mannu March 2, 2018 I don't have many supportive people in my family of my sexuality. But seeing this video made me realise that there will be people who will except me for me. I didn't feel the need to come out, because I am who I am. My interests and style made it obvious (stereotypically) which I couldn't help. I have always felt comftable in how I dress, my hobbies and interests. I am thankful for buzzfeed and all queer people that give their stories. I know it means alot. O S March 2, 2018 Is it just me or is everybody at buzzfeed is gay/lesbian ria March 2, 2018 this was beautiful. Nicky B March 2, 2018 Pretty queer. Alfonso Macias March 2, 2018 Wtf Katari Falls March 2, 2018 feel like this had a good point. some people know they would lose their parents if they came out and choose to wait until their parents pass. I feel like people don't acknowledge that that could be the right things to do for some people. Shreya Virdee March 2, 2018 I wish I had as much courage as these people. I struggle to even think about coming out without anxiety to the point where I feel like I'm either going to throw up or cry. This was a great video though and it helped me have a little more of a level head.