Hello!!! So, I know my family is generally supportive of the LGBT community. We HAVE gone to a local pride parade just last year, they don't force me to take down my rainbow flag and I'm about 70% sure my uncle is out as gay. However, there have been red flags that made me believe they don't believe it to heart, and are just going along because it's easier. The red flags have been forcing femininity on me very intensely at one point, common use of stereotypes, refusal to even consider being in the wrong when I say something they say is offensive and just general heteronormativity. I am out to my dad as bi, but I'm pretty sure he genuinely forgot. I think they won't have any bigger issue with me being bi, I expect some uncomfortable jokes but not much past that. What I think there might be a problem with, is me being trans. (My relation with gender is complicated, but I think if I come out I'm going to just say I'm a trans man for the simplicity of it, as I go by He/Him and am transmasculine. Just wanted to add as I'm going to refer to myself as one in here, because that's what they would see me as.) They have never met a trans person, but never said anything rude about trans people as an idea. If one of my friends came out and I told them they'd brush it off, maybe not misgender them if they feel nice. But me, as their kid will be a completely different story. They have a lot of expectations for me to be their "little daughter" they can baby forever, being a trans man will shatter that completely, and I don't know how they will react. But I really do not care at this point. All I know is they don't hate trans people so much they would kick me out or disown me. So I want to come out, as soon as possible. I want to be referred to as trans, I want to be their son, I want to be a brother. But I'm also very VERY anxious, all of the time. I know I'm ready mentally, It's just physically difficult to say the words. So, how do I get the courage to just get it over with?