LGBTQ+ People Are Sharing Advice And Words Of Encouragement That They Want Young Queer Kids To Know

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—Anonymous"You are allowed to take your time. Take the time to you need to figure stuff out. Take the time to become comfortable with your identity.

When I was coming out, I felt like I was so behind, but looking back, I realize how incredibly young I was and how much pressure I put on myself.

I felt like I had to have everything figured out and come out as early as possible, which caused me a lot anxiety. Even now, seven years later, I'm still playing around with what label(s) I want to use."—ialwaysmakestuffup"You do not EVER have to come out if you don't want to!

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