#RainbowStory | My coming-out story...

I told my friends about my identity when I was 19 and they were very supportive. I was little nervous, but it went really well. They still cheer me but few of them lost with whom I lost contact. But I am not regretting about it. I am still hoping for new experiences and where I can gain more knowledge. I'm still exploring this world and hope to find new people and make new friends

#ssprbsp2n #TellYourStory @iolite https://s.swell.life/O1UCjXPwOFPIjGM #lgbtq #india

Aishani Chatterjee
@Aishani · 0:36

https://s.swell.life/O1UCp9h8sr52jhV

Hey, Anjali, that's a really positive way of looking at things that people who accept you, they deserve to be in your life. And the ones who don't, they just. They aren't just a part of your life anymore, right? Welcome on swell. Since you're new here, I'm going to attach the link to the swell questionnaire page along with this reply, which is basically a page consisting of some fun, easy prompts with which you can kickstart your swell casting journey