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Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Identity
People discover their sexual orientation in different ways. Some are sure from the time they are very young. Some spend years trying to figure things out. Some feel certain for a long time, then have a period of doubt or change.
It's OK not to know if you're gay or straight. Asking these questions might help:
If you answered "yes" to most of these questions, you have a lot to think about. But there is no test that says for certain that someone is gay. It's important to give yourself the chance to question and explore what's right for you.
Sometimes, it's helpful to discuss your thoughts and feelings with someone you trust. To schedule an appointment with a Health Services counselor, call 218-726-7913.