Illinois, United States
I find that you don't know someone until you talk to them, so I didn't show what I looked like. I like playing video games, my computer is my home. In fact, it was where I met my first boyfriend. It was the place where I found support for coming out to my parents. And, without it I might not still be around.
I've had a computer since I was first able to talk, and the internet had me from the moment we first laid pixels on each other. I'm interested in a career involving computer networking or coding (or both!) This sounds bad, but I've met some of my closest friends through the internet. I'm a very introverted person in real life, being gay didn't help much. I found in high school I came out of my shell, which also led to me coming out more than likely.
I'm a gay teenager who came out in his freshman year (2012-2013.) First to a friend, next my parents, then the world. Throughout all of the good and bad, suicide was never an option. I never found myself fitting into stereotypes and I wasn't about to start. It does get better, and that's from experience.
If you want to get to know me, tweet me, I'm always behind the screen.