When we come out, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by questions from our close ones. Thing is, you'll do your best. Maybe you'll be ok with answering them, maybe you won't. In any case, try to keep your own limits at eyesight : it's not your job to educate people or to feed their (sometimes not very sane) curiosity.
It can get exhausting and draining.
Some tips could be :
- be clear about your limits and boundaries (how are your energy levels, are you in a mood to answer questions about your private life, what's off limits in term of informations you're ok to give, etc....) and respect them ^^
- Get some ressources, links, leaflets etc that can be useful for your family, to help them educate themselves : it'll save you time and energy, and it'll give them the freedom to learn at their own pace... Some leaflets even list the questions to avoid asking after a coming-out...^^
Depending on how you feel, how the questions are asked, by whom, how much energy you've got, etc, you may want to react by educating them yourself, sending them to documents or organisations, telling them to ask later or to stop asking/harrassing you, answering with humor, or with anger, or even ignoring them.
You've got the right to be angry, tired or hurt by questions, and you definitely have the right to express how you feel when people ask you this or that question. For instance :
"Listen, I'm sorry but you're the tenth person who ask me about my sex life / my genitals / any intimate subject, so you can it's really deshumanizing for me, I have a right for privacy and I'm not sure you would ask that question to anyone else... So please, I'd like you to stop asking me that kind of questions, thanks." Or "I know it worries you and you wonder what my future will be. For now I can't answer all of that, I just need you to trust me. I'm fine. If you've got worries, there are some LGBTQI+ organisations that can talk with family, or you can talk with some therapists LGBTfriendly. Woudl that be ok with you ?"
Hope it helps :)