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May 08, 2011 by | Posted in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered

How to stop people thinking I am gay?

I have got a bit of a problem at school, I am not gay, but people don't believe me, I like fishing hunting, sailing, and rc helicopter flying, so I am possibly a nerd, but there is nothing there to say that I am gay, what happened is I was on a computer at school, and I went off to the toilet, and someone loaded up a gay song on the Internet when I was gone, and because it was on my user, everyone assumed I am gay, although I not, and now there are rumors going around the whole school of about 650 people, and no-one is believing what I say, and people are starting to hate me who used to be my friends because they think I am gay, what should I do when no one is on my side, and I can't just leave school because it is a boarding school, so what should I do, I have complained to them about it before, and it made it worse, but when I just ignored them, and told them I have given up caring about there opinion it seems to be getting better, but it will no be very hard to get back my friends, so why should I do? Also does anyone have any tips to get a girlfriend, as I don't know very many girls, as I go to a boy school? Thanks, Max


Just be yourself, I too, when younger was teased because I had really curly hair and it looked like it was never brushed, but that was just the beginning. Anyways, I think it might be best to ignore, if it gets worse you can always talk to a teacher (or principle) and ask them for help. But sometimes going to adults make it worse. If no one believes you and your friends aren't there, they aren't true friends. And if being yourself doesn't work, ignore it let the rude remarks slide. People can be harsh.

| May 08, 2011
No Homo *iJERK* | May 08, 2011
Watch hetero porn in front of them.
Breathe. | May 08, 2011
Why are you wasting time on those worthless bullies? Screw them and stop caring what other people think. If you stop acting like it bothers you, then they'll move onto someone else to bother. They feed off of your energy.
Matt Hamilton | May 08, 2011
Tell then to go fuck them selves
Emgee | May 08, 2011
Man up
Rachiee h | May 08, 2011
first of all i feel so sorry for you id die if that happened to me! ehm just b like i went to the toilet some weirdo went on to mine and uploaded that song and im not gay! and i dont no why anyone would assume ur ga because of the sports and activities your into. good luck!!!!!!!!!
Toby | May 08, 2011
Aww dude thats pretty rough. I used to get picked on in school because people thought I was gay too (but then again they was right because I am lol but it still hurt nonetheless) To tell you the honest truth, you can't persuade those kids that you're not gay because they don't care. They don't care that it upsets you and they don't care what you say. They just want someone to pick on, annoy and basically take the piss out of. It sucks I know, I've been there but you'll get through it. My dad once said 'never show them you're hurt, because you're giving them what they want' and he was right. Don't let them know that it hurts you because thats their goal. Try and find the funny side to it and don't take it too seriously. Just shake it off and move on and they'll eventyally get bored. You know you're straight - that alone should be enough. I really hope this helps and some new gossip will come about someone else in the future and you'll be forgotten about in time :)
Tin-God | May 08, 2011
so you want the friends back who at the first sign of trouble dumped you like a hot brick, some friends they are, you need to open your eyes and see these so called friends for what they are, two faced cowards, the only reason they turned on you is coz they where scared people might point the finger at them. just act like you do not give a toss, if some-one says, hey there's gay-boy just say takes one to know one and if it ever gets to bad, just wait til the biggest lad in school says something then go up to him and head butt him right in the face, trust me no-one will say anything after that

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Creator: J. Gordon Leishman | Science - 2006-04-24

Estimate the autorotative rate of descent in forward flight at sea level conditions for a small light-weight helicopter with the following characteristics: Weight = 1370 Ib, rotor radius = 1 2.6 ft, rotor solidity = 0.30, tip speed = 700 ft/s. 5.8. Describe the procedure a pilot would ... from hover to forward flight? Dingeldein, R. C. 1954.

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