This is a story about a guy who is, well, a guy.
Trevor Story was a teenager in 2009, and as a teenager you don’t really know what you want to be until you’ve had the chance to be that guy.
But Trevor’s story is one of a generation who grew up without the possibility of being gay, and the fact that he came out in his teens, at a time when gay marriage was legal in the UK, changed the world forever.
Trevor, now 27, says that he was not only one of the first gay people in the country to come out, he was the first in the world.
Trevor’s life story is the story of a gay boy coming out to his family, his friends, and his parents.
In the summer of 2009, Trevor and his family were out for a drive, and Trevor was walking to school.
He was wearing his school uniform.
He had been wearing the uniform since he was eight years old, but in his first year of school, he had been forced to change it.
He’d been bullied for being gay.
In high school, Trevor had a crush on a boy named Liam.
“I was just obsessed with him,” Trevor says.
“He was the one who was the best.”
The two became friends.
They got together for parties and even went on a date, but Liam was just too much.
“Liam was just such a dick,” Trevor remembers.
“And I just didn’t get it.”
At a party, Liam was drunk and had to be restrained.
“It’s like the whole school just thought it was a good idea to do something stupid,” Trevor recalls.
“There was no reason.
It was just a party.”
After the party, they went to a bar.
There, Liam had been drinking.
The two went to Liam’s house and he was drinking.
At some point, Liam woke up.
“We were just trying to keep him from waking up,” Trevor tells me.
“The only reason I’m telling you this is because of the stress.”
Trevor told his parents about the incident, but it didn’t stop Liam from becoming the most dangerous person he’d ever met.
“You could hear him crying out for his dad,” Trevor continues.
“That’s when he started talking to his dad about what he was going through.
He started to tell his dad that he’s gay.
I thought, That’s a great idea.
It’s a good thing that he went to that party, because he was coming out at a party where he shouldn’t have been.”
For the next few months, Liam’s parents continued to push Liam to come to terms with his sexuality, to accept it, and to accept the fact he had a penis.
The next day, Liam went to the school to tell them.
Liam had no idea how to respond.
“When I got to the gate, I was so embarrassed, I just sat down and sobbed,” he says.
Liam’s story would be a turning point for Trevor, and for all of us in the gay community.
“To come out at this age in the first place, and be told that it’s wrong, it’s just a part of who you are,” he tells me, “is a huge thing that is really, really important to come from.
It doesn’t change anything in the way that you look at yourself.
It just makes you better.”
That is the essence of Trevor Story’s story.
The only thing that changed was his family’s response.
In his book, “My Story,” Trevor recounts his reaction to Liam telling his father.
“My father asked me, ‘So, you’re gay?'”
“‘And what is that like?’
‘Well, I’m gay.
But it’s not the same.'”
“It took me a while to accept that I’m not a perfect, perfect gay man.
I had a lot of bad things happen to me.”
In an interview with the BBC, Liam said, “I don’t care how you’re perceived by people, how you act, how your sexuality is.
I’m proud of my sexuality.”
“My story,” he continues, “helps me understand that my sexuality is not a choice.
It is a part and parcel of who I am.
It makes me feel that I am part of a community.”
The first time that Liam told his father, his parents were understandably upset.
But Liam’s reaction did not make him change his mind.
“What we didn’t realise at the time was that we were being really supportive of him and helping him deal with his feelings,” Trevor explains.
Liam and his father had been living together for the past three years, and he and his mother had been together for a year and a half.
Liam was very close to his father and very comfortable with him.
“So much so, that we’d even take him out to dinner when we were driving,” Trevor laughs.
“Even though he