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He didn't come out as gay - he came out as a liar. So it's hard to say he lost 95% of his "friends" for coming out as gay - because that's assuming his friends all believed he was really gay. Maybe some didn't and some learned or assumed he was a liar.


What percent of his friends do you think assumed he was a liar; seeing he told them he was gay, got a boyfriend, worked at a gay cafe, hung out at a gay bar, and even managed to fool his mother? 5% if that? So only 90% of his friends dropped him for being gay?

I think you're working awfully hard to avoid the fact that it was being gay that upset his friends.

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