It's so quiet in this corner.
But. Well. I'm a current high school senior, to give the following some context.
Fall of freshman year, my friends and I were at a football game, and since the game was pretty boring (our school' steam is far from the best), we were just talking and somehow the topic turned to sexuality. I'd figured out a little while before that I was into guys and girls, so I mention that I'm bi and get a generally good response from most of my friends. But there was that one person that said "I don't think so," and about half an hour of discussion later led to me saying "You're right" and pretty much putting myself back in the closet to those friends and myself for about a year and a half, until I developed a major crush on a girl and realized, whoops, still bi. (I feel like I should mention nothing else came of that crush).
Fast forward to this year, senior year, and I'm talking with a younger male friend, a sophomore, at another boring football game. Again, the subject turned to sexuality. He tells me that he's gay, I tell him about myself, and we have easily an hour of conversation about support sources, who to trust and who not to at school, when we'll tell our parents, and things like that. It's just so different than my freshman year, and I love it, I absolutely love it.