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Although they haven’t accepted my sexuality, I still hope they would.Lyn, 23 When I first came out, I told my parents I was bisexual although deep down I knew I was lesbian.When my parents found me crying alone after the ‘friendship breakup’, I confessed that I really, liked my best friend.I think from then on, they read between the lines and figured what I meant.I cut my hair short and began dating women as I felt more attracted to them. Lost and helpless, I turned to my sister for support but she offered no comfort either.But one day, my parents caught me holding hands with a girl. In a moment of desperation and loneliness, I even contemplated suicide.In fact, she stayed over at my place so often that they started treating her like family.But slowly, they began to realise I was treating her too affectionately for us to be ‘just friends’.
However, despite the possible backlash, these 8 brave Singaporean girls chose to share their coming out stories.I felt dishonest but I figured that was the only way for them to accept that I was different—by giving them hope that I could marry a guy one day.