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Since I was a child I thought I had to live a certain way I assumed I needed to marry a woman and raise children with her In my mind I felt like Winston Smith from George Orwells 1984 believing the false slogan that two plus two makes five when I always knew it was fourFinally when I was 19 I started accepting the reality I was gay Over the next few months I began chatting with a guy I met on a social networking site He was polite always willing to lend a sympathetic ear and offered me words of encouragement to come out Still I knew my parents will not accept my sexual orientation and therefore I decided to hide it until having a permanent job and live in my own way As time passes by my feelings kept getting stronger and after my 20th birthday I started a secret relationship with that guy I met online his name was Christian Certainly I became infatuated with him that my family could not help noticing that something was happening to me Many times they asked me what was going on but skilfully I dodged the questionsOn a chilly overcast Saturday evening my mother arrived home totally devastated claiming she encountered with a teacher of mine who asked her why I was missing many lessons at college Obviously my mum could not believe it because for her I was at college every night While she was speaking my father stood still and listened hard As soon as my mom finished he demanded to know what was happening why I skived off college and where I had been all those daysIn the meantime I listened to my parents my hands were sweating profusely and my heart pounded out of my chest Undoubtedly inside of me I knew I could not hide any longer my real self so on the verge of tears I stammered
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