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Im a 15 y/o female and I am just now coming to terms with the fact that im bisexual. My bestfriend and i had a 4 hours convo about it last night, and I almost got the nerve to tell her but I backed out last minute. Any advice as to how to bring tell her is greatly appreciated. Thanks! Also, would it be a good thing to join my high schools GLBSA club to meet other people?
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It's up to whether you join your school's GLBSA to meet others.

If your best friend and you had talked about bi-sexuality and she was o.k. with it, then you have the green light to tell her. However, her acceptance in general may NOT apply to you as it's something see may have to adjust to.

I TRIED to do a search here on How to tell your friend your sexuality and unfortunately I had NO luck. Maybe, someone else has better luck.

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Joining the GSA at your school is a great way to meet both glbt students and open-minded straight students.
Like any other activity, it's a fun way to meet people, so I would recommend it.

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