I'll make an effort to keep this post as small as possible. So I've fairly recently come out to my parents. My dad took it decent and is trying to be supportive well my mom... Isn't LOL So today my dad and I went out for a drive to pick up some pizza, he asked me a few questions like how old was I when I realized, do I plan on moving from our homophobic state, what do I think of trump, you're not gonna dress up like a girl right, do you know what AIDS is, and so on with somewhat stupid questions LOL Okay so than he asked, how do I know I'm gay. I said because I like boys, And not girls. He than said but HOW like HOW do I know. He said about how I've never had a boyfriend or girlfriend. I was having trouble answering because he's my straight dad. What was I gonna say? I think guys are sexy? LOL So finally I awkwardly said I've never crushed on a girl... He than asked about why that means I like guys. I said some guys look nice. He than said maybe you think some dudes look nice, but how do you know you like them. And how do you know you don't like girls. You've never had one. I awkwardly just said I'm sure you knew you liked girls before your first girlfriend... It was a miserable conversation. I've very recently told anyone I'm gay in real life for the 1st time ever and I'm barely comfortable with him addressing the fact I'm gay let alone asking me to tell him "how I know". He implied he's going to ask me again sometime, probably with my mother. (Who I'm 100x more awkward around, and is way more homophobic) I simply don't know what answer to give to the question "How do you know you're gay" when the people asking will only settle for definitive answers. I mean I know I'm gay. LOL Trust me I'm sure about that, but how do I say this to my parents? Anyone else have to go through something like this? What did you say?