Mashable: The pandemic offered a unique chance for many people to come out as queer

Mashable: The pandemic offered a unique chance for many people to come out as queer. “In solitude, we don’t see anyone — and no one sees us, either. We’re forced to confront who we are when we’re alone and thus who we are in public. Are we performing? Who are we performing for? An anonymous woman in Los Angeles told me she’s begun questioning her gender and sexuality after spending a ton of time alone for the first time. Prior to the pandemic, she had an active social life and was out almost every night. She also thought she was a heterosexual cis woman before the pandemic, but the time away from others had led her to wonder.”

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