36 Of The Absolute Gayest And Best Pictures Of LGBT People As Kids

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For literally years now we’ve been asking the BuzzFeed Community to send us pictures of their younger gay selves. Because Pride month is coming to a close, I’d thought I’d combine some of the absolute pictures from over the years into one single post. Enjoy.


«My camp counselor took this pic of me dancing to “Oops… I Did It Again” when I was eight. I was OBSESSED with Britney Spears at the time and I still love the song to this day. I came out when I was 18 and it’s nice to know that I was just as fabulous at eight as I am now.» —jordanj13


«I’m at a Revolutionary War fort hanging off the arm of a shirtless man mannequin giving serious face. Iconic.» —Matt Stopera, BuzzFeed

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«Even at three years old I knew I had a bright future ahead of me as a Tina Turner impersonator.» —whatamidoinghere


«Age 12, dressed as Christina Aguilera for a remake of the Moulin Rouge soundtrack ‘Lady Marmalade’ music video, filmed by my sister.» —Ross Oviatt, Facebook



«Strike a pose, there’s nothing to it.» —Andres Zapata, Facebook



I can’t believe I didn’t know sooner. —Katherine


«I wanted that Barbie camper so bad! My dad spent two hours putting all the stickers on.» —coryg4124532c6


«My mini lezzie self was all business in the front and party in the back! And no butch would be complete without a workout panda shirt!» —amandab225


My mom always says she knew I was gay as soon as I popped out of the womb. —Heather


My identical twin brother and I decided to be Batman and Robin for Halloween. Guess I thought Robin needed to stand out a little more! —calvinmckee


Even at age three I couldn’t sit in a chair like a normal person. —Alice


«Looking really Cuban with the outfit and really gay with the background, very accurate!» —davidfernandof


«Safety orange, mullet bangs…clamming. This photo always makes me chuckle, look at that little lezzie.» —nikkir4254850db


I didn’t know I was gay yet but my mom’s shirt sure did. —Jay Jay


Serving face, stunting pretty. I’m the bitch from the «happiest place in the world.» —cagedbird


«When I was five, my twin sister and I were her Hercules and Meg for Halloween. I did not like my Hercules costume so I made us switch and I’m clearly much more content as Meg.» —mattr46cce2338


«Walking and already fabulous.» —Chris


«Came across this picture a couple years ago and couldn’t quite believe it. I’ll let it speak for itself. #babybutch» —maddief4413102cd


Dancing > football. —eds22


«I don’t know quite remember why I did this, but I mean…I wasn’t mad. I mean, check out that smile.» —marshallamplify


«Me around four or five, dancing to Whitney Houston’s ‘Queen of the Night.’ I still love that song.» —smeredith89


«My older brother and I back in ‘97. Gay then, gay now.» —geoffreyg4


«When I was a little boy, I was allowed to play with dolls. After I came out to my family I asked my mom why she let me and she simply said, ‘You wanted them so bad and I wanted to make you happy.’ Clearly from my face you can tell I was happy.» —jonathanm416a87015


«My Halloween costume when I was in the fifth grade! I wanted to be a girl that year so bad. I was 10…. and somehow my family didn’t catch on! Lol.» —e4fd78b80d


«What can I say? I have a flair for the dramatics.» —ANDY


«Very embarrassed I wasn’t wearing Andrew Christian briefs.» —Jon-Michael Poff


«Serving Grey Gardens Little Eddie realness! Light blue slip, red cape, and a black du-rag. I believe this is the best costume for the day. As I recall, I was putting on a show in the chicken coop…. because that’s normal.» —whitneydubsr


«I look so fucking stoked. Transguy who still now wears a leather jacket and killer glasses.» —ollieow


«I would vacuum the carpet while wearing this. And I called myself Jeanette. #DragQueenAspirations.» —adamlewis


«Here’s my baby lesbian picture circa 1999. I was really hoping my parents would use this as a headshot, I still don’t know why they didn’t…» —strobertson9


«1992: I used to build shelves with my dad, but only while wearing my Mickey construction shirt and with stamps on my arms to represent tattoos. Grew up to be very gay.» —Britt

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