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Currently working on my sociology essay and I am on the topic of sexuality. Per definition in my book homosexuals are “(from the Greek root homo, meaning ‘same’) sexually attracted to people of the same sex. Coming out is a person’s public announcement of a gay or lesbian sexual orientation.” Now this makes me think, why should anyone feel like they are “coming out?” It’s like a straight guy coming out to everyone that he’s straight. I do know that heterosexuality is the predominant sexual orientation worldwide but homosexuality exists in all societies. I don’t feel like anyone should have to come out. This is who you are, straight, gay, bi, trans, it shouldn’t feel like an announcement. I’m pan sexual (from the Greek root pan, meaning ‘all’) thought I’d throw in my Greek translation, and I don’t feel the need to have to announce it. If I’m asked my sexual orientation I will say I don’t have one, I’d answer it like if someone were asking me what my hobbies were. Without the inclination of feeling like I’m coming out; I’m not hiding. Society shouldn’t make people feel like coming out was due to the fact that they were hiding who they are.
— Vincent van Gogh (via occluding)