If you’re being bullied for being gay, bisexual or trans speak to someone in authority immediately. You’re not alone and asking for help will often lead to it getting better for you.
There a few steps you can follow to help you tell your parents you are LGBT: choose a good time (when no-one is stressed), have a supportive relative on hand, keep it simple, speak clearly, and give them time to understand.
“Coming out” is a phrase used when someone publicly starts telling their friends and family that they are LGBT. Be supportive as this is a big statement and they may be feeling emotional e.g. vulnerable, relieved, excited, apprehensive.