My friend outed me without my permission. it makes me feel uncomfortable. But everyone so far has accepted me, and I was already "obvious" about my sexuality. Am I overreacting to want her to stop?
Last Updated: 01/03/2020 at 4:54pm
Maryna Svitasheva, PhD. RP
Licensed Professional Counselor
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Outing someone else is always wrong, and you're right to want her to stop. Coming out should be your personal decision. I'm glad to hear that people accepted you, but this is no justification for her behavior. She took away a choice that should have been yours. You have the right to reproach her, let her know that what she did was wrong and demand that she doesn't do it again.
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