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OCD, as we know, is largely about experiencing severe and unrelenting doubt. It can cause you to doubt even the most basic things about yourself — even your sexual orientation. I have observed this symptom in young children, adolescents, and adults as well. Interestingly, Swedo et al. The most obvious form is where a sufferer experiences the thought that they might be of a different sexual orientation than they formerly believed.

How Do I Know I’m Not Really Gay?: Teen Obsessions About Homosexuality

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Updated at p. ET on December 20, I knew nothing about Cole before meeting him; he was just a name on a list of boys at a private school outside Boston who had volunteered to talk with me or perhaps had had their arm twisted a bit by a counselor. The afternoon of our first interview, I was running late. As I rushed down a hallway at the school, I noticed a boy sitting outside the library, waiting—it had to be him. He was staring impassively ahead, both feet planted on the floor, hands resting loosely on his thighs.

The Miseducation of the American Boy

In the early nineties, Dan Rothenberg was having a gay old time—literally. The woman happens to be his wife. Rothenberg and Colleen Crabtree, both 35, met seven years ago. Although it took about a year to admit to himself that his Castro days were over, one incident stands out. For Andrew Brin, who grew up in Milwaukee, it was all about girls—until he had sex with a guy at the end of his senior year of high school.
In the summer of , when he was 15, a youth I will refer to by only his first name, Jeffrey, finally admitted to himself that he was gay. This discovery had been coming on for some time; he had noticed that he felt no attraction to girls and that he became aroused when showering with other boys after physical education class. But Jeffrey is a devout Southern Baptist, attending church several times each week, where, he says, the pastor seems to make a point of condemning homosexuality. Jeffrey knew of no homosexuals in his high school or in his small town in the heart of the South. He asked that I withhold not only his last name but also any other aspects of his life that might reveal his identity.