So I go to a very liberal school. I feel like a lot of my school does some things to seem more appealing to people who are considering going to the school, rather than just doing it to benefit the students. For example, rather than actually accepting enough people of color students, they just have endless conferences that make everyone uncomfortable but look really good on a website. So their newest addition is a GSA (gender and sexuality alliance). All my friends know I'm lesbian, but most of my class doesn't know and I wouldn't mind if they knew at all because it's pretty obvious and I know they wouldn't bully me. If they did, my school would treat it very well and I know that my parents would also support me and I know I'm lucky to feel totally fine having everyone I know know. The thing is, I would actually prefer it that everyone knew because I hate having to make sure who I'm around and double check everything I say, but I don't really feel like telling them because I feel like it would be awkward and just something I don't really want to do. If I went to the GSA, they would know without me having to tell them and it would just be better. However, I feel like 1. I don't really need a GSA because I have never really been bullied for being lesbian (mainly because only my friends know) and 2. I go to a really small school so I don't think there would be more than like 10 kids. Also, as I mentioned before, I sort of think that it's something the school is doing to seem appealing and I would just be like a living advertisement for them. My school is one week online and one week in person also. I don't know, I feel kind of torn and I don't even know if it would be after school and remote or not.