Teenage years are no walk in the park. Sure, you typically don’t have any high-stake life pressures demanding constant action, and lots of time is spent socializing, but the volcanic hormonal eruptions taking place in the brain pretty much ensure that there will be a hefty share of drama.
For many queer teens there’s historically been an added layer of feeling different, of “not fitting in.”
But is that still the case as more and more places don’t just tolerate gay people, but fully accept and embrace us?
We may be seeing a cultural shift for the better, but as you can see below from these gay teens on Whisper, there’s still work to be done: