I've put a whole lot of thought into this in the past month or so. (More thoughts than I thought I could process in such a short amount of time, actually.) They've driven me crazy, made me a space cadet, and brought me to tears. (And that was just in one day!) Basically, long story short, I've discovered that I'm about 90-95% positive that I am, in fact, a lesbian. I already came out to my mom. And I want to come out to my dad and my brother too, when the time is right. The thing is, though, for some reason I'm afraid this is going to end up being some sort of "phase." I mean, I am 16--we're kind of prone to doing things like that. But this...this is different. Right now I know I'm gay. I just feel it. But for some reason the thought of telling everyone and then someday me randomly realizing I'm NOT gay haunts me, even though I can't imagine it happening. Am I making any sense? Right now I'm almost completely positive that I don't like guys and won't ever like guys. But what if it changes? And I know, I shouldn't care what others think, they won't care later on, my sexuality is flexible, all that stuff--but it still bothers me. Can someone please give me some kind words, at least to tell me that I'm not the only one who's worried about this?