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Dear Daniel Howell: How do I deal with coming to terms with my sexuality later in life than my peers?

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become one of the UK’s most iconic YouTube stars, becoming one half of Dan and Phil, racking up more than six million subscribers, and providing laughter, sarcasm, and just a spot of existentialism along the way.In 2019, Daniel received widespread praise for his coming out video, Basically I’m Gay, a 45-minute offering that saw him reveal that he’d come out to his family and was now coming out, publicly, to his subscribers (and, by extension, kind of the whole internet).Now, he’s going on tour with his show We’re All Doomed, which has been described as a ‘night of savage self-deprecation and soul-searching [in which] Dan over-shares his deepest fears and desires.’But today, in the spirit of his Internet Support Group, Daniel is’s newest LGBTQ+ agony aunt. Dear Daniel, I’m in my 30s and have recently been coming to terms with the fact I’m gay.

What’s the best way to come out to the people close to me, especially when it feels like others around me figured out their sexuality much earlier in life?Hi!

Are you me? As someone who only barely managed to come out when they were 28 … and came out to my family via email, I feel like the best and worst person to give you advice here.Firstly – please feel no shame over taking your time to come to terms with your sexuality.

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