Coming out is never easy, no matter how old you are. When you’re young, you rely on your parents to provide and care for you, and when you’re older, it feels like you’re going to completely change the way people view you.
In his story, Isaac is confronted with a choice: come out to his parents or not be able to move in with his long-term boyfriend, Logan. While he definitely wants to live with Logan, coming out to his parents is easier said than done. He no longer relies on them for food and a roof, but as he repeatedly says in the story, they are his family. He was raised that family is important, vital even, and it’s hard for him to wrap his head around the idea of potentially losing them.
Once you meet Isaac’s family, you might wonder why he wouldn’t love to cut them from his life, but for Isaac, it’s his family and there’s nothing that can replace it. At least, that’s how he’s been raised to think. Do you think Logan can change his mind?