Afternoon Inqueery

AI: Being Out in a New Place

I just moved cities and will be starting at a new University next month. I’m excited for my new school and looking forward to meeting a lot of new people! I used to think hard about who to come out to and when, but I don’t really do that anymore. I come out early and often. It works for me, I don’t consider my gender identity or sexual orientation to be any more private than that of a cisgender heterosexual person, so I see no reason not be out.

When do you come out when you’re in new places? Do you wait awhile, or keep it quiet? Or are you loudly out to new people pretty quickly?

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Benny Vimes

Benny Vimes

Benny Vimes is a queer polyamorous transman, curious skeptic, and enthusiastic seeker of knowledge. He's an undergraduate student in his 30's and loves teaching people about alternative sexuality and gender issues.

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