Nikki, how liberating would it be if he was just coming out publically, either by own choice or by force while being detected. How much easier her life would just be from then. Living two lifes is so hard to do, and at the end, it might turn out to be just a waste of energy and opportunities, which is so very sad. I really wished for her happiness in every way! And of course acceptance and respect by all the other world, which is sadly not guaranteed...
We all want to think it would be easier, but in some cases, I can imagine it being quite difficult to deal with - especially if the person comes from a family who considers homosexuality or transgenderism immoral. We've all been taught that "coming out" and "being ourselves" is some cathartic experience, that we'll all come out the other side liberated and ready to take on the rest of the world. But the reality of it is that coming out has far-reaching consequences - we all have family and friends who just wouldn't accept it, who would view it as an immoral or unnatural lifestyle. That's the sad part. It's not just a case of "If you care about me, you'll accept me," because it's a lot more complicated than that. Decades of conditioning can't be unlearned in an instant, no matter what the motivation. So many times, that decision to come out can mean the end of a lot of relationships (at least for a while).
Wonderful. I didn't know you had an imagefap account. I added you.