This week, I am dedicating HDA confessions to the LGBT+ community. You are all an important part of the community, whether you are out and proud, quietly questioning or not too sure, you will always have a welcoming home in HDA. We love you and happy pride!
One time, as I was considering coming out to some close friends, one of them told me to "prove it". So I did… - Coming out sucks (literally)
My internet cut out during payban hour, but I wouldn't of mind if I had got paybanned because the payer at the time was super hot ngl. - punish me
I remember that day in HDA when I was made fun of and was called a "trap" because I said i was gender fluid. It may seem like a harmless joke to them but in my defense, I spent most of my years finding out what my actual gender is and to be made fun because of it was really offensive and painful and what made it worse is that the people who laughed at me arent even my close friends or actually talked to. - not a trap
All my lesbian/bisexual friends end up with a crush on me and it’s so hard because I used to believe I was bi but I’m really not, and I think of them as super close friends. I actually get scared to joke about with them like I do my other friends with fake “flirting” in case I end up hurting them, but I hate the feeling of treating them differently 🤭 - Bendy ruler ain’t bendy no more
i hooked up with my best mate at his 18th birthday and when our other friends questioned us about the hickeys we gave each other one of our friends said she gave them to us both because she was drunk - blame shifter
After i joined HDA, i've met alot of new people from around the world. But there's this particular girl whom i'm really close with right now, she's insane. Insanely adorable. Even thouth she's usually only around for pay and i cant talk to her that much... I wish she knew how much i like her. - admiring from afar
My BF doesn't know that I have only been with girls before him… - bullshitting bisexual
Sadly, despite the massive strides made in acceptance and recognition of LGBTQ+ struggles. Homophobia still exists today, even during the month where we are supposed to feel proud to be ourselves. Remember we are stronger together, HDA is proud to be a supportive place of inclusivity and we have many members who identify as LGBTQ+, and we welcome you all with open arms. We do not tolerate any form of hate speech or homophobia, biphobia or transphobia. - HDA <3 our LGBTQ+ community
Maddy is a member of HDA and is editor of this blog, there are many contributors on this blog, if you would like to be a contributor please contact me!
Edited by: Vibrational